A few weeks ago I did a shooting with Annmarie close to Carroll st. in Cabbage town. The light that day was gorgeous and we had a lot of fun. We varied the look a bit and explored several close by locations.
I was quite amazed by the versatile look of Annmarie – really stunning.
I shot a roll of Fuji 400H (rated at ISO 100) and my standard digital setup. This time I sent the roll to a different lab in California; while the “sharpness” issue is gone (it must have been the scanning) I am a bit dissatisfied with the color reproduction. Again a bit hard to tell as I usually shot Portra 160 and this was a roll of Fuji 400H; ‘nough said.
Lens: 150mm and 50mm
Exposure: 1/800s f/2.8 at ISO 200 (digital) and 1/250 f/2 at ISO 100 (film)
Lights: Natural light only.
Here are a few shots from the shoot – three completely different perspectives and looks. I also added a few film shots further below in the second gallery. Very different look as compared to digital…
… different hair, different dress…
…and a rather classic one.
As usual, more shots below in the gallery – the film shots are further below.
and finally the film shots…
Enjoy your weekend — TSJ.