Saturday, February 28, 2015

Mimi Old School

Expired 35mm film on Hasselblad 500 C/M
Lately, I have gone back to Old School.  That is I have been shooting analog.  The process is longer and the tolerance for mistakes is unforgiving.  But the result can be very satisfying.  The photo of Mimi is one of my first attempts in using an expired 35mm film on a Hasselblad 500 C/M, a real nice medium format camera.  Since the format is wider than a 35mm film camera, I was able to include the sprocket holes in the image.  I used this in my Lomography days using Holgas and pinhole cameras but never on a Hasselblad.

The negatives were processed using Ilford solutions, and then digitized by laying the processed film on top of an iPad with a white screen and capturing the images using Canon 5d Mk ii and Carl Zeiss 100mm Makro f2.  The captured image is pixilated so I have to further process the digital negatives in Photoshop to alter the noise.

I am quite happy with the result here.

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