Mika and Ken are having an american style wedding, and wanted to incorporate their Korean Heritage in the studio engagement session. Perfect opportunity to shoot some 8 x 10 color polaroid film. Thank you to my couples who appreciate the art of film.
Been watching the Rockford Files lately, and Love the opening credits, gritty film stills. This inspired me to shoot Adox Film Implosion, With the off color tones and large grain, prints from this film have a vintage 70’s look and feel. “Did your parents drop off a roll of film in the 70ies in a one dollar shop for cheap development and you just found it on your attic? In this case your images might look like if they were […]
Hi Nicole! Oh my GAWD! Eddie and I are so excited! These turned out amazingly! You have a gift! We are so excited and even more excited to see what you can do with us (far from models) on the big day! Thank you! Liz”
The Neon Museum aka Boneyard, in Las Vegas was the perfect time to experiment with Washi Film. I first learned of the “Film Washi, world’s smallest film company” located in France, from my fellow darkroom photog Michael Weitzman. After drooling over the 4×5 negative he had shot, and had to get my hands on this exciting new alternative process. The film comes in 4×5 and 120. The film has an exciting iso, 12 for shade and 25 for bright sunlight! Quite the […]