Film photography has been quite the adventure for me over the past few months. What started out as an experiment with a Holga 135 has turned into to a bit of an obsession. There are now 4 film cameras in my arsenal, and a small section of my fridge is dedicated to housing film. Crazy.
Enjoy the weekend, everyone!
– Mamiya 645 1000s
– Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/2.8
– Ilford Delta 3200
14 thoughts on “The Way I Saw It: 3”
These are great man, you’re really coming along nicely with mastering film. Dig the taxi and the BK Bridge shots.
The mood evoked in these shots is amazing!
Your use of light… or sometimes the lack of it… is really affecting.
The mood of that film is just fantastic! Such an eerie feel to it. Excellent work as usual! Are you supposed to put film in the fridge?
Love that your fridge is now filling up with film. Soon you may have to buy a new fridge just to house your film addiction 😉 Nice shots, Heath.
Dammit dude, these are sick. The one of the bridge is downright nasty man. Killing it with this stuff.
Winnnninggggg. I love every one of these images. You really worked the light perfectly.
Sooo good. These are rock but I love the last one.
Love the smooth grain in these. Looks nice.
Love the dark mood to these shots! Nice artistic interpretation of NY scenes! I can’t wait to get back.
Love the B&W film shots Heath, Kep ’em coming.
These all kick it but I love the shots of the bench and the taxi.
Great black and whites today heath. love all the textures and shadows here!
Crackin’ series here Heath, I love the grainy goodness you have going on here!