They are the elements with which one afternoon we go out to try to capture the vibration that emotions produce during the dance movement. These five photographs are the first of a photographic project that seeks the relationship of the person with the movement. So the way I found to approach the objective of the […]
Tag: Hasselblad 503CX Film Camera
Benefits of ample exposure in black and white film photography: Or, let there be light
Detail of a component on one of the very few operating steam locomotives in the United States, Oregon Rail Heritage Center, Portland, OR. Hasselblad 503CX, Zeiss Planar f3.5 100 mm. Kodak T-MAX 100 developed in HC-110.
5 Frames… Of Querétaro at dawn on Kodak VISION3 500T 5219 and a Hasselblad 503CX (120 Format / EI 500 / Distagon C 50mm f/4)
For a long time I wanted to use motion picture film, I found myself buying Cinestill 800T for the convenience of developing but after doing some research I found that it is not difficult to develop motion picture film with C-41 chemistry. So I bought some rolls of medium format Kodak VISION3 500T (5219) for […]
5 Frames… Of the Circo Atayde Hermanos on Kodak T-MAX 400 (EI 400 / 120 Format / Hasselblad 503CX + Planar CF 80mm f/2.8)
Do you remember the first camera that made you fall in love or impress you? By this, I mean a time when you knew nothing or very little about photography. In my case, it happened when I was a teenager and I saw a Hasselblad 500C/M for the first time, a Hasselblad, an expensive Hasselblad! […]
My Return to film: Nick Orloff
As a teenager (I’m 55 now) I was the kid that was always carrying a camera – a Pentax K1000 that my grandfather gave me – and at the time I thought that’s where my career would be.
5 Frames… With Kodak Ektar 100 (EI 100 / 120 format / Hasselblad 503CX)
After a more than 20 year break from taking anything much more than ‘happy snaps’ photography has started to reemerge as a very important part of my life.
I swore I’d never shoot analogue again – digital is so much
My return to film: Adib Mufty
Indulge me a brief stroll down memory lane.
It was during the fall of 2004 when I was first exposed to photography through a course at university.