Category Archives: Portraits

Forest Dance with Canon T90 and Efke 25

The last few images from the Forest Dance shoot have a bit of a different feel since they are the only part of the shoot captured on 35mm film instead of medium format film. Efke 25 is an old single layer silver B&W film that is still in production.   Not my favorite by any…

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Forest Dance – Rolleiflex T and Ilford XP2

During the Forest Dance project I also had my Rolleiflex along with me and I too the opportunity to finish up a roll of Ilford XP2 film. I’ve found that Ilford’s XP2 is one of my favorite films where I want a high contrast B&W but still want the convince and latitude of C41 processing….

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Forest Dance and Kodak Ektar 100

I knew we’d take a few shots down by the lake so I also packed a roll of Kodak Ektar 100 for this shoot.  Ektar has a wonderful color – although you have to shoot it a bit more like slide film (or digital) in that it doesn’t handle extreme over exposure like Portra 400…

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Forest Dance – Pentax 645N and Kodak Portra 400

If the shoot is a person and I want color – you can bet on the fact I’m going to have Kodak Portra 160 and 400 ready and loaded.   While Portra 160 gives ever so better results in the right light – the shear versatility of Portra 400 is unmatched and it is my…

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Forest Dance – Pentax 645N and Kodak Portra 160

For medium format color negative film I am an absolute Kodak fan.  Here is a few shots from the recent Forest Dance project that was captured on the Pentax 645N and using Kodaks Portra 160 film.   Processed and scanned by The Find Lab.     Share List

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