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 […]
new 55 film is both a positive and negative. The size is 4 x5. This was taken with my sinar 4×5 view camera, all manual. The art of film. I like to offer my clients something unique, that they can’t get anywhere else, in the incredibly saturated wedding market. the positive and negative combined here is a hand printed 16 x 20 traditional darkroom print that hangs on the studio gallery wall
“Thanks to digital products anyone can be a Photoshop hack, selfie whore or filter junkie. We see with our smartphones, not our eyes. What need do we have for old-fashioned specialists using toxic chemicals to make a physical print that can be neither insta-shared nor “liked”? -N.S. Berlin the economist.
Printed the neg in the darkroom- a bit cooked, as the iso can range from 50-200. Final print, about a 6 minute exposure, Ilford Multigrade fiber paper.
Bridal Photo Shoot for Erin Cole Couture | Impossible project | Hasselblad | FILM! Nicole Caldwell Studio Makeup by Delilah beauty
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