Black and White Film Portfolio

1. Staircase at an old courthouse, 2010
2. Double exposure of sister, 2009 (Taken with Holga, 120mm format)
3. Father and son at the beach, 2010
4. Old garden chair, 2010
5. Saint figurine, 2010
6. Cindy Sherman character number one, 2010
7. Cindy Sherman character number two, 2010

     After espousing the virtues of film in this post, I thought it would only be fair to share some of my film work. I'm not disputing the virtues of editing (to a healthy extent), but these prints are exactly how they were made in the darkroom. All aside from number 2 were taken with Kodak TMAX 400 film and my Pentax K1000. They are some of my favorites from the past years in photography, all self developed and printed. Color prints are coming soon!


ANN said...

All of these photos are beautiful! I love the first one.

Esther said...

gorgeous pictures! i really thought they were scanned from old vintage photos at first. especially the first <3

Her name is Sophie said...

Love these pics!
thanks for commenting back!
x Je suis Sophie

Fashionography. said...

These are gorgeous! Thanks for commenting on my blog, I didn't even know you had started a new blog! I have a question for you, actually. Do you use GoogleAds? What do you think about them?

Jazzy E (hivennn) said...

Amazing. x hivennn. p.s enter my jeffrey campbell giveaway?

Roz said...

I especially like the double exposure - it has such a dreamy quality, as do a lot of the others.
I've said it so many times n my blog, but I really want to learn how to use film! It presents a different set of challenges.
Oh & I love Cindy Sherman's work. I'm just about to start studying her for my art GCSE.


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