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Southampton Boudoir Photographer :: PX70

boudoir Film

Working on editing the digital part of this shoot, but thought I would share the instant shots I got using Impossible Project PX70 Color Protection and B&W film packs. Also excited to be using the new VSCO film pack for editing the digital files, which now has over 115 film emulations which are inspired by Polaroid, Fuji and The Impossible Project. This girl’s world just got a little bit cooler.

[...] couple weeks ago, I shared the film side of this shoot, if you haven’t seen it yet, check it out [...]
[…] couple weeks ago, I shared the film side of this shoot, if you haven’t seen it yet, check it out […]

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