Pentax Portraits | January
It's all about the light. One of the interesting things for me to look at is how my tastes have changed since I began shooting. There is always something new to learn with photography and that constant self-education changes my perspective. My interest in film first started as a personal challenge - I thought it was pretty and I wanted to know that I could do it. And then it became about the images and the process of creating them - whether with a digital or film camera. And now, I feel like I'm starting to loop back around to the beginning. These simple portraits on black and white film are something I want to work on. It makes me more cognizant of the light and challenges me to experiment. This is just the beginning, and I have a lot to learn.
Pentax 67, T-max400 rated @ 200, Indie Film Lab.
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