Shot with the Mamiya RB67 on Ilford Delta 100 film. Scanned with a Flextight x5 scanner.
Tag Archives: Portrait
The same night my buddies and I went to the abandoned pool for some light panting we decided to try taking a group portrait. We set the cameras to 30 second exposures with 12 second delays. we fired the flash at the beginning and at the 15 second mark when we switched positions.
Pentax K-x 10-18 fisheye lens set to F5.6 with ISO 800 for 30 seconds.
Working with Multiple Exposures
I have been learning how to make a multiple exposure in my Analog Photography class and I figured I would try my hand at doing multiple exposure images with digital. My thought process being that if I can do it in the darkroom I can do it with photoshop. And Vice-Versa. Little did I know that while sandwhiching negatives in a darkroom and feathering hard edges worked, in photoshop it did not. I had to watch many videos and try multiple times but I finally think I got the hang of it. Here is the final multiple exposure. *Note, neither of the images used are mine, as the weather in Bozeman is a little cold to go out and shoot for a few hours.