Untitled Figure Study with window light. Shot on Ilford HP5+ 4×5 Film. Model: Beth MG©2017 scott nicholunauthorized use prohibited
Every day has its own navigation of complications and dissonance. Scan and crop of an Ilford Detla 100 4×5 negative. Model: Sabryna S©2017 scott nicholdon’t complicate your life with unauthorized uses
Another successful New55 Film experiment. Light is a single large soft box to frame left. Full frame scan of the New55 4×5 negative. Model: Rhus©2017 scott nicholall unauthorized use will be reported to the administration
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”
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.
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
I’m finally getting back to shooting a bit more and had an afternoon scheduled with an art model yesterday. I wanted desperately to give my stock of New 55 Film another chance after I’d disassembled, cleaned, and reassembled my film holder. The results I got were much better and far more promising than my earlier experiments,Continue reading “New 55 Film – Round 2”