Category Archives: Film Photo of the Week

Instant Photo of the Week 7/12/13

Shot in the Polaroid 195 with the portrait adaptor on Expired Type 100, 80 ASA Chocolate Polaroid Stock. This is the sort of photo that Instagram or Hipstamatic attempts to replicate but for me, there is just no substitute for the real thing, and this classic stock is as real as it gets. Unfortunately, my […]

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Film Photo of the Week

Another great and grainy 3200 ASA shot. I feel that images like these really give the viewer a sense of the solemnity of a Catholic wedding ceremony.

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Film Photo of the Week

This one shot on Portra VC is, I think a great example of the the tonal range of this now defunct film. I love the reds and yellows right alongside the true white of Meredith’s wedding gown.

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Film Photo of the Week

The allure of film isn’t limited to the amazing colour renditions of Portra, sometimes the stark, grainy, black and white contrast of T-Max 3200 can be fantastic. Especially when run through a range finder with a super fast 50mm F1.1 Lens.

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Film Photo of the Week

This is why film rules. ┬áSome people think I’m nuts for still shooting film alongside digital at weddings. I do it for the aesthetic, this is a great example of that aesthetic.

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