A few weeks ago I decided to test out a bunch of different cameras and film stock in the same environment, with a somewhat willing 3 1/2 year old. There is this little spot in the house that has the most beautiful light around 10am, so I
bribed asked jensen if he would help mommy with an experiment. I was super happy with the results and even though I thought I totally killed the roll of Delta 3200, it actually turned out really pretty.
First up is my Leica M3 & Fuji 400H…I may or may not have gasped at the shot of Jensen’s back….
Leica M3 & Delta 3200 (pulled 2 stops) – These turned out so soft and beautiful, I love the delicateness.
Mamiya 645 Pro & Fuji 400H – Oh Fuji, you have my heart….the tones of this stock are just incredible, they remind me a old renaissance paintings.
Canon EOS-1 & Acros – The soft matte tones of this stock is so beautiful, exactly how I like my B&W to be
Mamiya C330 & Portra 400 – Much like fuji, the creaminess of this film is so gorgeous
Canon EOS-1 & Ektar 100 (shot -accidentally- at 200 and pushed one stop) I added a bit of fading in lightroom to bring down the contrast a bit because of how it was shot.