35mm Film Photography

I never stepped foot in a darkroom until earlier this year — but spent 10 of the past 15 years shooting film exclusively.

You’ve probably heard stories of photographers leaving behind hundreds, or thousands of unprocessed rolls, even in this digital age. With that in mind I enrolled to the ACP’s “Film Process and Proof” course — thinking I’d avoid the same fate and get through a backlog of 300+ rolls in no time! Probably fair to say “mission failed” at this stage — instead it brought me to ‘smack it up; flip it’ back to black-and-white film again — now the primary artillery for Sniping. With less time to process than I have to shoot, below I share with you some recent works I’ve shot on film then hand-processed at the ACP’s darkroom.  -& will soon be headed ‘back to the lab.’

BELLEVUE HILL :: Sydney, Australia

 

TWIN WARRIORS :: Sydney, Australia

 

CENTRAL RAIN :: Sydney, Australia

 

COKE DOWN :: Sydney, Australia

 

STEEL ESPRESSO :: Sydney, Australia

 

ENVIRONEUTRAL :: Sydney, Australia

 

BLONDBRELLA :: Sydney, Australia

 

GLIDE :: Sydney, Australia

 

TWO TRUCKS, A TAXI, A BUS AND A BRIEFCASE, BUT WHO’S LOOKING :: Sydney, Australia

 

METRO MEETINGS BY CAR :: Sydney, Australia

 

BENCH ONE-ELEVEN :: Sydney, Australia

 

BLACKBERRY :: Sydney, Australia

 

 

POISED :: Sydney, Australia

 

DISC-PLACED :: Sydney, Australia

 

FIRERY :: Sydney, Australia

 

GLASSY EYES ON GRAINY FILM :: Sydney, Australia

 

THE LIGHTER FUMBLE :: Sydney, Australia

 

A MULTI-MOTION BLUR :: Sydney, Australia

 

WAITER AT THE SIDEWALK :: Sydney, Australia

2 Responses to “35mm Film Photography”

  1. Enrico says:

    Some nice work here! Great to see some local areas being photographed….
    Cheers,
    Enrico.

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