I haven’t had a chance to work with the new Fuji camera with my studio lights yet. And given my setup at home, there’s very limited space, so we pushed the dining room table out of the way and set up a single small soft box with a grid. The grid tends to give theContinue reading “Torso Study”
Category Archives: studio light
Not Like That
model: Auris Ilford Delta 400 thru my Mamiya 645. ©2013 scott nichol no unauthorized use. ever.
Rearranging the Furniture
model: Auris Mamiya 645 with ilford delta 400 ©2013 scott nichol unauthorized use prohibited don’t think about it or we’ll reupholster your couch
Not Afraid of Falling
Listening to Trent Reznor and Adrian Belew, played loud. Drinking a fantastic red wine, and editing beautiful photos. model: Auris ©2013 scott nichol unauthorized use is prohibited. don’t do it.
i’ve been revisiting some old pieces, looking to pull together collections for some new books i’d like to publish and came across this lovely pose from Brooke. revisiting work years later always brings a fresh perspective, even if it is an old approach. look for the book sometime near the end of the year. model:Continue reading “Inversion Principle”
Experiments with double exposures. Shot on 4×5 film. model: Kaitlin Lara ©2013 scott nichol unauthorized use prohibited
another scan from the roll of Kodak TMAX P3200 i shot with Kaitlin. model: Kaitlin Lara ©2013 scott nichol unauthorized usage not permitted otherwise, phasers will be set to kill
Scan and slight crop of a 4×5 negative, mostly because i can’t position the camera straight, even on a tripod and with a lot of fiddling. model – melissa trout ©2013 scott nichol unauthorized use not allowed at all
the last of my chocolate polaroid for now. not sure if i’ll be able to get any more. model: erica jay ©2013 scott nichol unauthorized use taken very seriously so don’t do it.
sometimes, even when i’m really careful, i make mistakes developing my film. this one wasn’t terrible, but i think the exposure was off just a little bit. so, when i scanned the negative, i wasn’t entirely happy with the contrast on the negative. and as i was playing with curves and such in photoshop, iContinue reading “Solarization”