I grabbed a roll of Cinestill 800 film awhile back. I had been looking for the right time to use it and the moment finally came a little over a month ago. I met up with someone from a time long passed. So I used the opportunity to snap a few portraits. I unfortunately didn’t have a whole lot of good light to work with. So I had to push the film to 3200 and shoot wide open at f/1.4. I heard Cinestill film handled being pushed well so I wasn’t too worried about it. It is a bit grainy and the colors are a little wonky but I don’t mind. Let me know what you guys think
Here are some of the photos I shot from my previous post. I used Kodak Portra 160 and Fuji NPS 160. Let me know what you guys think!
A cousin of mine asked me to snap some photos of her and her kids. I took my Canon A-1 with my 50mm f/1.2, a 580 EXII, and I also took my Canon T2I to shoot candid shots. Her kids go at about 100 mph which makes them difficult to pose. Here are a couple of candid photos of the kids, and if any of you have tips for shooting portraits send them my way!
Sorry for the lack of content, I’ve been busy with life and I’m being much more critical of my photos. Anyway here are a few shots taken with a newly acquired Minolta Hi-Matic AF. Let me know what you think!
I went over to my cousins house a few weeks ago to shoot some pictures of his daughter Serendipity, or Seren as I like to call her. Here are some of the photos from that shoot. These were done on Fuji Pro400 film with my canon A-1 and a 50mm f/1.2 lens. Let me know what you guys think!
My friend Joe(thoughtlesshero.com) and I were tasked with making photos for Future Perfect. They are a small start up company based out of San Francisco. We spent the whole day making portraits and documenting there day for them. Here are a few shots. Lets me know what you guys think!