pensacola beach on film
I bought a an old point & shoot film camera earlier this spring, and have been enjoying experimenting with film photography. My favorite film so far is Kodak Ektar 100, because it captures colors so beautifully saturated and vibrant and expresses color the way I envision it through my eyes. A trip to Pensacola Beach along Florida’s northwest coast was the perfect opportunity to play with this film. It does best in sunlight, but it also captures gorgeously golden hour light and sunsets.
The view from the boardwalk. So many stories within this one scene!
Rainbow umbrellas really pop against the white sand beach.
Fourth of July and Blue Angels spirit waving proud.
Sunset over Pensacola Bay.
Morning seashell search.
Feeling really inspired by this color palette.
Ready for a full day in the sun.
The perfect float for a cat lady.
The sun coming out after a summer thunderstorm popped up and blew through.
I was all, ready-aim-fire! And hoping I got the shot…I did.
The photo opportunities in Pensacola Beach didn’t disappoint.
Photos shot using an Olympus Stylus Zoom 140 and Kodak Ektar 100 film; processed at Indie Film Lab.