No flowers? No blue skies during winter season? No problem! In this tipster, you can come up with colorful photos by using colored paper!
Here you’ll learn how to put a heart or other illustrations on colored papers.
Step 1: Place the color papers on a flat surface, arrange them as you like and shoot. Step 2: Rewind the film and reload it into your camera. Step 3: Take photos again!
Gradated color papers changed the cloudy sky into blue sky! You can also cut the paper into a round shape and add a smiling face, too! You are the only one who can change the ordinary neighborhood into an extraordinary colorful world! Let’s go shooting now!
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A Quick Chat With Washi Film Creator Lomig Perrotin If there's one thing about our interview with the creator of Washi Film, Lomig Perrotin, that stuck, it’s that we shouldn't let the recent decline of film options slow us down with our passion for film photography. Right on, Lomig.
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