lights, camera, film, model, dresses…….action!

Hello world,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I wanted to post some images I made a couple weeks back with my good friend Richard Israel. We set out on this beautiful day to make portfolio images for Lindsay, our lovely model. R. Brooke Priddy with Ship to Shore lent me some of her amazing one of a kind handmade dresses, Mole Richardson and the sun supplied the light, Kodak and Ilford supplied the film and Missy, my wife, allowed me to take a day off and play! Richard, thanks for makin’ the trip over. We will do it again soon.                                                                 Keep on clickin’  Parker J                                                
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Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Ilford XP2

 

 

 

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Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Ilford XP2
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Hasselblad 2000fcm 110f2 on expired VPS
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Leica M6 35f2 on Tri-x
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Fuji Instax Wide straight scanned. I love this camera!
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Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on 20 year expired VPS!
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Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Kodak Portra 400 Pushed 1 stop and converted B&W
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Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Kodak Portra 400 Pushed 1 stop and converted B&W
Asheville Fashion Photography
Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Kodak Portra 400 Pushed 1 stop and converted B&W
Asheville Fashion Photography
Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Kodak Portra 400 Pushed 1 stop and converted B&W
Asheville Fashion Photographer
Leica M6 35f2 on Tri-x
Asheville Fashion Photography
Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Ilford XP2
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Pentax 67II 105f2.4 on Ilford XP2
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Leica M6 35f2 on Tri-x cropped 4x5
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Aero-Monster 178mmf2.5 4x5 on Tri-X. The focal plane is in there somewhere.
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I can't take all the credit for this one. Just 2/3. Richard was shooting his 4x5 and I was shooting mine. He had a plate of color left "unexposed" and offered it to me when we got to the bridge. I happily accepted shot one side, re-focused and "shot the other side". It turns out that the film was exposed by Richard in the first scene and I didn't even flip the plate on my second shot. I guess it was a long day but it also made this happy collaborative accident.
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Leica M6 35f2 on Tri-x. Judging from his expression I think this is where he realized we had goofed on the exposure.

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