Mamiya C22080 mm at 2.8Kodak Tmax
Whenever I get the urge to stop shooting film, I look at this image of my son, Ric. Digital has its place, but it’s not here, not today…
Category: Photography Tagged: 6x6, 80mm, black and white, film, film camera, film photography, fine art, I shoot film, isle of man, kodak, mamiya c330, negative, Peak imaging, peel, personal project, phil kneen, portrait, ric
So inspiring! Makes me want to pull my film camera out now!!
Incredible! I wouldn’t be able to tell this apart from digital if you hadn’t mentioned it – how do you achieve such great quality here and everywhere else with film?
I use a tripod and a good scanner…
Your work is great! As an enthusiast who is always looking for exciting new stuff, this blew me away.
Keep up the great work!
Dear Phil, I am totally loving your pictures…..awesome STUFF !
This photograph is brilliant
Loving your style…I just saw a second hand mamiya for sale…you’ve inspired me to take a second look
What a great portrait.
that is sweeeeet!
Lovely portrait…I love my C220 as well. It produces lovely results!
I love your work!
Thank you for sharing~
great post Phil! there is a life to film, a depth, that you just dont get out of digital. BUY FILM NOT MEGA PIXELS!
This is an amazing picture, and what a great way to inspire yourself!
a truly stunning portrait – congratulations
Inspiring. Thank you
hey man what scanner are u using ?great portrait. : )
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