The reason for bringing the Canon T90 in addition to the Nikon F100 was that I had finished a handmade pinhole lens using a Canon FD body cap.  This lens worked out to roughly F180 so it was also nice bringing some 400TX film – despite the extra speed exposures where several seconds long – some I used a tripod on but several were hand held to enhance the dream like feel I was looking for.

Still I had to take a few shots with a normal 50mm Canon FD lens.

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One of the main reasons I opted to shoot mostly 35mm film on the Forest Dreams shoot was to use some of the PolyPan F film available from Film Photography Project.   Paired with the Nikon F100 and a 50mm F1.4 D lens this gave a wonderful dreamlike quality shot wide open.   The 50mm 1.4 D just has a great character when combined with this film stock.

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Besides handling the color duties of Caitlin’s shoot I also loaded up some of Ilfords HP5+ film in the RZ67.

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The ease in which it does double exposures is one of the things I really love about the RZ67.

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So even if the theme focuses on b&w work – it’s hard for me not to break out a little color film .  These where captured on the Mamiya RZ67 ProII camera – a wonderful beast of a camera.   Film used was Kodak’s Portra 800 film.  I find the secret to great Portra 800 images is to not treat it like a high speed, low light film, but rather rate it at 320 and meter for the shadows and enjoy the results.

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