Partly inspired by Jim Grey‘s single frame series, and partly by an effective practice I had with a former blog, I’m planning a regular series of very short posts that revisit some of my favourite film photographs from the last five years since I’ve been shooting film.
Film Faves #1
This was possibly the height of my film experimentation – shooting a roll of film in the little XA2, rewinding then rolling back into another canister as DIY redscale (in a improvised darkroom bag – ie my hoodie – in the middle of the woods), then shooting through again. Heady times!
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2 thoughts on “Film Faves #1”
I don’t know that I’ve ever been an inspiration before!
Interesting result on that shot. Almost looks like something was wrong with the emulsion there in the middle.
Jim you have a very respectable readership I’m sure you’ve inspired plenty!
I think the two layers here were different orientations. The landscape tree layer is right way up, the other layer with the almost pale green block was a piece of rusting old farm machinery and shot portrait I think, so it’s turned on its side now in this final image…