Shooting Large Format Film for the First Time

Huge thank you to Andrew Bolton
https://www.instagram.com/zombiedarkroom/
http://zombiedarkroom.com/
for letting me use his Large Format cameras and helping me along the way!

HMUA Emilia :
https://www.instagram.com/emiliaartbeauty/

Model Drewe :
https://www.instagram.com/drewesalahor/
with Mode Models :
https://www.instagram.com/modemodelsintl/

Music :
Dj Quads – Birds and the bees
https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads/birds-and-the-bees

Picture at 0:28 is from an awesome article by Hans Rosemond
https://fstoppers.com/education/35mm-medium-format-large-format-which-should-you-choose-144442

Backdrop:
https://youtu.be/PTDShFix-Ig

Quadstar Continuous Light :
https://strobepro.com/products/quadstar-1000w-continuous-light

My Info

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Vlog Channel Irene Vlogs : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe3EHowrKcqpuf-ImVsTDVA

The 4×5 camera is a Combo SCII RS monorail camera, we used Caltar-S II 150mm f5.6 lens with it, and HP5+ 4×5 black and white film
expired Polaroid film we used is the 405 Polaroid 4×5

The 8×10 is an Eastman View, we used a Fujinon W 250mm f6.7 lens to shoot HP5+ 8×10 film
and a Cooke Lens 13.3″ f6.5 made by Taylor Taylor & Hobson when we shot paper
Photo paper was Ilford multigrade and the Positive paper was also from Ilford

all images have minimum to no editing, just some dust removed, contrast and exposure corrected

Video filmed with Canon g7x, edited with Premiere Pro CC

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