Here are some photos shot recently with my son Collin and his friend Silas in my makeshift garage studio. I used my oldie but goodie Rolleiflex and my Leica M7, shooting with my preferred Kodak Tri-X and Portra 400. Seems that I have a penchant for Kodak film.( Please Kodak do not go away!) I went to Goodwill and bought an old white sheet and attached it to my open garage door using it as a large soft box. I lit them with 1 Vivitar 283 behind the sheet and 2 other to the left and right of the guys. I was working on some strobist and makeshift studio work. I liked the challenge.
I asked the guys to get the PS3 controllers and they just started to ham in up, well Collin did especially.
4 Replies to “More DIY Studio shots”
Do they make underwater camera housings for vintage cameras?
I am not sure what specific camera do you have? There may be someone or an outfit that make them.
I am not looking for drugstore prints. Who do you trust with your Provia, Velvia, Ektachrome, etc?.
I have not had slide film processed in a while. Here in Portland, I would check Citizen’s Photo http://www.citizensphoto.com/ , Pro Photo Supply http://prophotosupply.com/, and Blue Moon Camera and Machine http://www.bluemooncamera.com/.
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