In the studio with Juliette to photograph her remarkable tattoo back piece by Carlos Torres. Torres is known for his black and gray style, with this style the best fit was to photograph on black and white film using the large format 8 x 10 camera.
Color and Traditional Kimonos in the studio with designer Paulo and his team. Gorgeous detail. Each look took over 2 hours to create, from makeup and hair, to dressing the model. When discussing the initial shoot at the consultation at the studio, Paulo was immediately drawn to the 8 x 10 original Polaroids, so we shot one for each look. Each 8 x 10 shot is manual everything, focus can be challenging, and the model must not move when in […]
Wendy & Derrek, my yoga couple of 2007, came to the studio to celebrate their 9 year anniversary with the largest instant film on the market ( second only to 20 x 24) Impossible 8 x 10. Shot with the Sinar p2, everything is manual, the focus is time consuming and these two, pulled off the impossible! Dress provided by Mary Me Bridal, Tara Lauren, “Harlow” Some behind the scenes footage of the shoot: Wendy and Derrek on their wedding day. […]
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Experimental film Washi produces 8 x 10 film, The smallest film company in the world! The #bridalportrait was quite a process, had to convert my Bathroom to a make shift darkroom for the day. Thanks to my bride Robynn, for holding still long enough for me to focus the 8 x 10 camera sinar p2. With an iso of 12 in shade 25 in sunlight, um yeah ok. the negative: The paper gives a unique texture makeshift darkroom my nice mobile […]
Photographed Cosplayer Simone, as Harley Quinn, on 8 x 10 color Polaroid film (now Impossible Project) I’ll see you on Friday in Sand Diego at Comic Con.
Sharon Anne loves hats, with a collection of over 40 plus. Combining her love of hats, with my loves of cameras and film, came about 20 different hats with 7 different film cameras, and film types: 8×10 Sinar P2 Impossible Project polaroid film 4×5 Sinar P2 New 55 positive negative film Polaroid Land Camera 250 expired true polaroid film 559 Minolta Hassselblad Seagull canon rebel cinestill motion picture film
Great day in the studio. Got to see a 16 x 20 camera in person, and it came to the studio! Hugo is a rep for the Chamonix View Camera , and a large format photographer himself. Photographed with the Impossible Project 8×10 film on the Calumet c1. Nicole Caldwell Studio
Happy Accident today while shooting Gyspy Rose Ink for Sullen Art Collective. Impossible 8×10 film, decided to hangout in the polaroid processor rollers. Wasn’t so lucky with the expired Type 55. Let’s bring it back from the dead, go to the kickstarter project.
In spring cleaning the studio, I found a long lost friend, and an expired one at that. Type 55 Polaroid, a beautiful positive and negative 4×5 black and white film. In 2008 polaroid ceased production on the film. With the recent Kickstarter Campaign of Bob Crowley and the New 55 project, it might be coming back. This is a test of one sheet of film, using the 8 x 10 Calumet (another loss!) C1 camera and 4×5 reducing back. The film expired in […]