These shots were taken as part of a fun competition organized by the Sunny16podcast
"The Cheap Shots Challenge was created to show that you can have a fantastic time with film photography without needing to spend much money. Never mind lusting after a Leica, or hankering after a
Hasselblad, just get yourself down to a charity shop, thrift store, car boot sale or whatever and find yourself a bargain!"
The dresses were made by cutting out pages from old fashion magazines, and after a lot of experimenting, folding and tape, I managed to make two dresses for the shoot. My lovely friend “Kim”
agreed to come and model. We shot a roll of Portra 160 for the color shots, and AGFA APX 100 for the black and white. “Scanned” with my digital camera and the highly recommended plugin
“Negative Lab Pro” was used to invert the color negatives.