Sicily : 35 mm Film

In Italy I challenged myself to shoot more film and it was a big help having Melissa there alongside of me shooting with her Polaroid and her 35mm Minolta as well. We were even able to swap film and she is the one who gave me a roll of Kodak B&W 400 which some of the images below were shot on. Also she was able to calm my fears of having film scanned at the airport (Can you tell I am a little high maintenance  when traveling?)

All images below were shot on my Nikon F100 mostly with a 50mm lens (very few with a 35mm) with color film rated at 200 and the B&W rated at 400 and all developed by Indie Film Lab. (Please note I can’t remember if the color film was Fuji or Portra)


And please excuse my fascination with the inhouse gang of roaming chickens at Casa Vecchie, you couldn’t help but be fascinated with them.

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  • MelissaMay 16, 2013 - 1:52 pm

    These are GREAT! The black and white came out awesome, love that fade it has. The color was great – shoot more film because you rock it indeed. And haha, it was all fun over there – even the “my luggage is too heavy and I know it” debate 😉ReplyCancel

  • VanessaMay 21, 2013 - 8:56 am

    Nicole, these are absolutely gorgeous. I kept wondering how much of a difference can there be between film and digital — the proof is right here. Such a classic and vintage feel to them. I love it. Keep doing what you’re so great at!ReplyCancel