Back to My Roots: Shooting Editorial with Film

November 04, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

I’ll keep it short and sweet because it’s all about the outcome. I’ve been shooting a lot of film lately. I recently got into shooting street photography quite a bit. It helps to train the eye to predict a “moment”. As time passed, I had made up my mind to shoot an editorial style session with Songwriter (and cousin) Adrian Andrade of the band Herra Terra. The film was ordered, Arista.edu Ultra, a Czech Republic film that I had done some tests with, The chemicals were mixed and a date was set to take on the project.

Six rolls of 120 film were shot on a Yashica-D 6X6cm Twin Lens Reflex camera at 12 shots per roll (72 exposures total). This became an exercise in heavy thinking, a reduction of over-shooting and battling some cold temperatures. I was extremely pleased with the results.

The negatives were processed using Kodak D76 and scanned using a cheap CanoScan 9000F. No Photoshop and very little tonal adjustment. Here are Adrian’s selections:

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