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For this roll of Kodak Portra, I set out to shoot a series of self-portraits featuring flowers and foliage with my new (to me) Nikon FM and a Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 lens.
A couple of weeks ago, stuck with no gigs for the week and suffering through the anxiety-filled boredom that freelancing can suddenly bring, I decided to fly to New York (only an hour from Toronto) to shoot some street shots.
Let's start with the elephant in the room - this camera comes with some serious bling. It is in fact, a special gold-dipped version officially called the "Rolleiflex 2.8GX Expression 75 years edition".
After all the roads and film stocks I've shot with over the last couple of months, all have lead to Eastman Kodak Double-X 5222. I've been searching for that go-to film by trying pretty much everything out there.
Decked out Shot on Kodak Portra 800 at EI 200Color negative film in 120 format shot as 6x6
When I came back to film photography in early 2018, very soon I wanted to try medium format film. Not being sure if I would like it with its lesser number of photos per roll compared to a 35mm film...
Jazz has a special place in my heart. It’s a musical language that somehow, I can understand by simply feeing my mind and letting the music run through my soul.
All these frames were shot at the white sands national monument while on a road trip in the States (my family are all American – this road trip happens bi-annually). We were driving the length of Route 66...
Darkroom lab owner, photographer, printer and workshop host, Lina Bessonova is one of the busiest interviewees I've had on so far this year.
I just recently got this Minolta SRT201 from an old friend who didn't have the time nor the space to make a home for her.
I had been to Cuba about five times since 2014 before my most recent trip last year to Viñales, in the far western province of Pinar del Río.
The OM-4 represented the pinnacle of Olympus film camera development. The multi-spot metering function, unique to the OM-3 and OM-4 bodies, afforded photographers the greatest manual exposure control in any film camera produced.
About a year ago, whilst a heavy rain was pouring over the small city in Lombardy (Italy) where I live, the thought of going out with a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 snapped instantly in my head.
"What on earth had I been thinking?" This is the question that I asked myself from the moment that I dropped the roll of film off at the lab, until the moment that I had picked it up.
Welcome to a fresh instalment of my "...this is why I shoot film" series!
Up and over Shot on Kodak PROFESSIONAL ELITE Chrome 100 (EB-3) at EI 100.Color reversal (slide) film in
London Shot on Kodak Portra 160 at EI 160Color negative film in 35mm format LondonShot on Kodak Portra 160 at EI 160.Color negative film in 35mm format.
To answer this question, I researched the foundations of film and digital photography; and which factors can influence the style of the results for my bachelor thesis.