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Evan Baines
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Black & White (89 Images)


Hello gang.

When my wife and I got married, we chose a photographer who shot exclusively black & white film in a photo-journalistic fashion. If I were getting married today, I would still make that choice.

I've always wanted to shoot a wedding purely on B&W film, and my good friend Sam Hassas was able to provide me an opportunity to do so, out in California this past weekend. The wedding was all in one (lovely) location, so it was the perfect opportunity to second shoot a wedding without having it look like a "second shooter set."

These scans are mediocre, but I don't really have time to create better scans right now. In the next day or so once I've settled on my selections, I will be sending these negatives to Robert Cavalli for him to work his darkroom magic and create a series of fiber prints for a new sample album. This whole enterprise has been and will continue to be astronomically expensive, but I plan on offering this option as my premium package for next season.

I was going to wait and post scans of the prints, but a number of people have expressed an interest in seeing these, and to be honest your reactions/critiques may help sway me on finalizing my album selections.

For the most part:
The indoor pre-ceremony shots were on Ilford Delta 400 @ 1600.
The outdoor shots are a mix of Delta 400 and HP5+, both @ 400
The ceremony shots are Delta 3200, either @ 1600 or 3200

I shot 24 Rolls of film for 738 exposures.

Many thanks to Sam for making such a gorgeous couple and venue available for my experimentation, and to PeterFriday for his assistance. I never would have been able to keep track of my film (and what I'd pushed or pulled!) without him.

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Apr 30, 2010 at 04:10 AM
Evan Baines
Online
Upload & Sell: Off
Black & White (88 Images)


Hello gang.

When my wife and I got married, we chose a photographer who shot exclusively black & white film in a photo-journalistic fashion. If I were getting married today, I would still make that choice.

I've always wanted to shoot a wedding purely on B&W film, and my good friend Sam Hassas was able to provide me an opportunity to do so, out in California this past weekend. The wedding was all in one (lovely) location, so it was the perfect opportunity to second shoot a wedding without having it look like a "second shooter set."

These scans are mediocre, but I don't really have time to create better scans right now. In the next day or so once I've settled on my selections, I will be sending these negatives to Robert Cavalli for him to work his darkroom magic and create a series of fiber prints for a new sample album. This whole enterprise has been and will continue to be astronomically expensive, but I plan on offering this option as my premium package for next season.

I was going to wait and post scans of the prints, but a number of people have expressed an interest in seeing these, and to be honest your reactions/critiques may help sway me on finalizing my album selections.

For the most part:
The indoor pre-ceremony shots were on Ilford Delta 400 @ 1600.
The outdoor shots are a mix of Delta 400 and HP5+, both @ 400
The ceremony shots are Delta 3200, either @ 1600 or 3200

I shot 24 Rolls of film for 738 exposures.

Many thanks to Sam for making such a gorgeous couple and venue available for my experimentation, and to PeterFriday for his assistance. I never would have been able to keep track of my film (and what I'd pushed or pulled!) without him.

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Apr 21, 2010 at 02:42 PM
Evan Baines
Online
Upload & Sell: Off
Black & White (88 Images)


Hello gang.

When my wife and I got married, we chose a photographer who shot exclusively black & white film in a photo-journalistic fashion. If I were getting married today, I would still make that choice.

I've always wanted to shoot a wedding purely on B&W film, and my good friend Sam Hassas was able to provide me an opportunity to do so, out in California this past weekend. The wedding was all in one (lovely) location, so it was the perfect opportunity to second shoot a wedding without having it look like a "second shooter set."

These scans are mediocre, but I don't really have time to create better scans right now. In the next day or so once I've settled on my selections, I will be sending these negatives to Robert Cavalli for him to work his darkroom magic and create a series of fiber prints for a new sample album. This whole enterprise has been and will continue to be astronomically expensive, but I plan on offering this option as my premium package for next season.

I was going to wait and post scans of the prints, but a number of people have expressed an interest in seeing these, and to be honest your reactions/critiques may help sway me on finalizing my album selections.

For the most part:
The indoor pre-ceremony shots were on Ilford Delta 400 @ 1600.
The outdoor shots are a mix of Delta 400 and HP5+, both @ 400
The ceremony shots are Delta 3200, either @ 1600 or 3200

I shot 24 Rolls of film for 738 exposures.

Many thanks to Sam for making such a gorgeous couple and venue available for my experimentation, and to PeterFriday for his assistance. I never would have been able to keep track of my film (and what I'd pushed or pulled!) without him.

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