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Mamiya 7, Provia 100F.

Mamiya 7, Provia 100F.

Mamiya 7, Provia 100F.

Mamiya 7, Provia 100F.

Final major project development.

Final major project development.

Alright so I bitch a lot about how slow scanning film is BUT the speakers here are pretty rad. (Which probably won’t translate through insta..)



mandatory cat picture

half good half kinda crap test of light setups on medium format?
good as in the light works, crap as in the cloudy reflections on the window.

half good half kinda crap test of light setups on medium format?

good as in the light works, crap as in the cloudy reflections on the window.

got around to scanning some medium format film that had been shot the previous summer. simply test frames to see how the camera worked out, but nice nonetheless.


Results from another assisting opportunity done the previous summer - this time a mix of food and still life for Systembolaget, the government owned chain of liquor stores in Sweden.
Amazing and intricate set up in the studio to achieve a “natural” window light.
Shot by Alexander Crispin, represented by Agent Bauer.

Results from another assisting opportunity done the previous summer - this time a mix of food and still life for Systembolaget, the government owned chain of liquor stores in Sweden.

Amazing and intricate set up in the studio to achieve a “natural” window light.

Shot by Alexander Crispin, represented by Agent Bauer.

Trying out designs for potential business cards.

Trying out designs for potential business cards.

Product photo shoot for IKEA which I assisted on this previous summer.
(Lifting a styled metal cabinet up onto a plinth ain’t easy - even when you’re two.)
Shot by Henrik Bonnevier.

Product photo shoot for IKEA which I assisted on this previous summer.

(Lifting a styled metal cabinet up onto a plinth ain’t easy - even when you’re two.)

Shot by Henrik Bonnevier.