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    One of my favorite things to shoot on is film. I actually prefer it to digital about 80% of the time. One of the reasons why I love film is how unforgiving it is. You really have to know and understand the craft, but also there is so much about it that you can't control. Which results in complete raw, and sometimes stunning photographs. This is an image from the first frame of a roll. Sometimes I won't advance the film all the way to the first frame to create this cool flare effect.
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    This light flare is such a happy accident and brings this photo to a whole new realm of whimsical. I love a beach scene on film because it's timeless but the splash of orange adds a pop that makes it unique and exciting!

    Kristen McNicholas
    Associate Photo Editor, Nat Geo Your Shot
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    Date Uploaded: Aug 15, 2019
    Location: Huntington Beach, California, United States
    Camera: NORITSU KOKI EZ Controller
    Copyright: © Hannah Overeem
    Categories: Adventure, Landscapes, Nature