Tag Archives: Pentax 645N

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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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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So a few years back I saw a photo of a ballet dancer, the focus was just on the legs and feet while en pointe, and I always wanted to do something along those lines – but in a woodland setting. Earlier this year after my move to 100% film I got just that chance….

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For the second part of the shoot with Ashley Rose we headed off towards the woods after she changed her wardrobe. These shots where all captured on the Pentax 645Nii with a mixture of Kodak Portra 800 and Kodak Portra 400 films.   Processing and scanning by The Find Lab. Share List

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