This is what happens when you massively under expose your film. These images were from a roll of Ilford Delta 400 film that I pushed to 800 ISO and then developed properly for the push processing. However, something else had gone wrong when making the exposures. Either the battery in my old Mamiya RZ67 hadContinue reading “Massively Under Exposed”
the light coming into my front room around 10:00am is pretty wonderful. model: Auris ©2014 scott nichol no unauthorized usage!
model: Auris Ilford Delta 400 thru my Mamiya 645. ©2013 scott nichol no unauthorized use. ever.
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
natural light coming in through the double doors on my balcony. maybe i should make some prints of this over the weekend. scan of a 6×7 negative from 2010 ilford delta 400 model: Lili Adonia © 2013 scott nichol all rights reserved no unauthorized use
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Hana against the white wall in my small studio space. You can truly create something wonderful with a single light and a few frames of film. Ilford Delta 400, pulled to 200. Scan from a 6x7cm negative. Model: Hana Rose
“All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.” – Susan Sontag model: cam damage