Slowly but surely replacing a lot of my digital work with film shots.
A couple of series on the go, one for publication and one that is personal work
It takes time to do this, but then shooting film takes time.
I’ve been using the Fuji GX680, which as anyone who has ever been near this camera will know that it’s really not a location camera. Big, heavy & takes a fair bit of time to set up for a shot.
First set of photos, Emilie.
Primary colours to begin with and then a more floral ‘summery’ look.
Assisted by Nadia.
In the countryside near Metz.
Colour: Kodak Portra 160
B & W: Fuji Acros 100
Second set of images feature Solene.
We were going for a more of vintage look in the second part of the shoot.
Assisted by Nadia and Adrien.
Le Sablon, Metz
Colour: Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Portra 400.
B & W: Kodak Tri-X pulled a stop to 200