Although the primary goal for my photo session with Micha Young was to shoot black and white images, primarily with my film camera, I couldn’t resist grabbing a few color images along the way with my digital camera. At one point we drove by an outdoor flower shop and I turned my truck around, Micha […]
Yesterday I posted digital images of Micha that I had converted to black and white. Today I post actual film images shot on black and white film – either Kodak TMAX-100 or Ilford HP5. I used bothy my Toyo VRX-125 studio view camera and my Pentax 6×7. To me, there is a distinctly different “feel” […]
I seldom perform “model” shoots anymore, just because I am so busy shooting for clients and my other personal projects. I had photographed Micha Young for a client a few years ago and always wanted to work with her again, but the opportunity never came back up. We are Facebook friends and over the past […]
I have had a 15 year love/hate relationship with shooting large format 4×5 film images. It is so darn difficult and the results are so unpredictable and imperfect, yet sometimes awesome and always unique. I normally would not even scan a film like this, but this image intrigued me. I scanned it on my Epson V750 scanner, did some tweaking in photoshop, and came out with something unusual, unique, and in some ways, stunningly beautiful but imperfect.