In the 1960s, Sarah Moon (fashion photographer and filmmaker) discovered Ansco’s GAF500 film while living in Paris. Contrary to popular thought, she appreciated the unconventional saturated and ultra grainy look of the film; and as a result she’s carved out her own niche of photography. Alluring, mysterious, and seductive, her signature style is incredibly inspiring. Fun fact: in 1972, she was the first female photographer to shoot for the Pirelli Calendar. Amazing.
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