I now feel like I almost know the way again. The comforting hum of tires on familiar roads. Almost home again. Scan and crop of a 4×5 Ilford 4×5 negative. There seems to be a slight tilt, perhaps the back wasn’t aligned properly. It wasn’t intentional, but I like that the focus fades a bitContinue reading “Almost Home”
I’ve always loved shooting in the wonderful light upstairs in my home. Nice to be able to shoot there again whenever I want. Ilford HP5+ 4×5 negative, shot with a heavy tilt on the front lens board to keep the focus where I wanted it! Model: Zoe CW© scott nicholunauthorized use is never a goodContinue reading “Come Hither”
Digital image shot with the Fuji X-T2 in a friend’s studio. Model: Beth MG©2017 scott nicholno unauthorized use. nope, none.
Scan and crop of an Ilford Delta 100 4×5 negative. Illuminated with indirect window light. I feel like this completes the triptych of the other two similar bench images from this session with Zoe. Model: Zoe CW©2016 scott nicholall rights reserved.
The center does not hold, everything falls apart. Scan of an Ilford Delta 4×5 negative, shot with a bit of a front lens board tilt for selective focus. Gridded medium sized soft box to frame right. Model: Zoe CW©2017 scott nicholunauthorized use will result in a wedgie you’ll never forget!
Figure with bench and window light, alternate take. Model: Zoe CW©2016 scott nicholall rights reserved. my photos, so leave them alone, ya hear?
Figure with bench and window light. Scan and crop of the 4×5 negative. I am quite pleased. enjoy,scott Model: Zoe CW©2017 scott nicholall rights reserved. don’t mess with me right now about that.
Figure with window light and table. Model: ZoeCW©2017 scott nicholno unauthorized use or i’ll cut your fingers off
I’ve seen images like this done many times. You put a model on a riser, wrap a long draping fabric around her waist, and create the illusion of extended height. It’s a compelling illusion. So I asked Caitie if we could try to do something similar and our take on it might be something slightlyContinue reading “You May Emerge From This Moment”
Simple nude study with indirect window light on a rustic table. Scan and cropped from a 4×5 Ilford HP5+ Negative. Developed in Kodak D76 resulting in a beautiful, creamy, nearly non-existent grain. Model: Caitie Marie©2016 scott nicholno unauthorized use without signed parental release form