I have mentioned before, color will become more of a constant player within my work. In the past I have worked with color film but not very much. In the times that I have worked with color film I have had to resort to sending my work out to be processed which was something I did not like to do. I enjoy the whole process of working with film which is why black and white film has been […]
This is an idea that has been on my mind for sometime and is slowly coming into bloom. In comparison to what I was doing before, I am curious to see what this idea will grow into. (case study #1)
For a few years I have wanted to create work specifically for the month of February which is black history month. Throughout the month of February of this year, I had been posting images on my Instagram profile but had not posted any of them here. Here is a compilation of all the images I created:
Lately I have been testing with different films for my pinhole portraits. My first test was with Arista EDU Ultra 400 black and white negative film. It is really different than what I am use to, but I am growing to like it. It is extremely grainy but I don’t mind that at all.
I recently purchased a hand-made 4×5 pinhole camera made by Jean-Baptiste Gellé. This was my first try using this camera, it will take a while for me to get things right. Now I am off to try again!
It has been quite a while since I have posted a self-portrait! I am still dabbling with the pinhole and have been focusing on a few ideas with it. I am hoping to soon present to you a series using this medium. Enjoy your weekend!