digital and film photographer

Film Photography

I had recently taken the decision to begin shooting film in  addition to digital. Why? It's something different; simple as that. The principals are exactly the same in both analogue and digital, but other than the medium itself it's a completely different experience. I haven't shot film since the early 2000s, before the widespread availability and convenience of phone cameras and the augmentation of digital camera systems in general.  It's actually my very first experience with fully manual film photography. This is what my decision to shoot film all boils down to: the experience of it. I remember from many years ago the feeling of not knowing exactly what I was going to get until the prints came back from the lab. I want to experience that excitement again, only this time with the artistic appreciation of photography that I have today.

I hope you enjoy the images, arranged according to the film stock used. Tap or click on any image to view full screen

Kodak Portra 160

Kodak Ektar 100

Kodak Colour Plus 200

Kodak Gold 200

Fuji Provia 100f

Kodak Vision 3 250d (Kodak Motion Picture film)

Kodak Ektachrome E100

Kodak Portra 400