I had some time to shoot film this summer on my Hasselblad and Mamiya, which is always lots of fun. Here are some of my favorites from a couple of rolls.
Tried a new film stock. Fuji Pro 400H. It is a little lower contrast and cooler than I Kodak Portra 400, which is my normal color negative film. I like the Fuji stock, but I feel like it only works in certain situations.
Of course it wouldn't be summer without a trip to the pool. Shot some black and white to mix it up.
Kodak T-Max is still my favorite black and white film stock. The contrast and detail is phenomenal. I occasionally shoot Ilford HP5, but I usually save that for large format.
Stopped by the Perot museum in downtown Dallas. I love the way the skyline is visible behind the artwork.
The Hasselblad is definitely my favorite, but I do like the Mamiya sometimes. Mainly because of the 80mm f/1.9. You get some beautiful bokeh from it.
That's about it. Excited for the fall. Wedding coming up in mid October. Stay tuned for more photos and reviews!