Yes, I know, this title may seem like it’s another “film is not really dead” or “hate on Fujifilm” article. However, that could not be further from the truth. I really don’t even want to get into that conversation here. This article is about Fujifilm Acros 100, myself, as well as other photographers and creatives. 

Most photographers, especially those photographers who still have a passion for film know that Fuji recently announced that Acros 100 has been discontinued in all formats. I recently placed what will most likely be the last order for this film. It took 3 weeks for Freestyle Photographic in California to get me the film as it was on back order. As soon as I received it, I went to place another order and they did not even have it offered on their website for purchase anymore. 

I have been tossing around ideas on what to shoot with the last 13 rolls of 120 film that I have. Obviously I want to capture some meaningful images. Being that it’s a 100 speed film trying to capture my 7, 5, and 6 month old children would be more difficult than I’d like as I would need fast shutter speeds and great depth of field for those munchkins. This is where you as a photographer or creative come in…

With the remaining 13 rolls of Fuji Acros 100 that I have, I’d like to make portraits of other photographers. I want to create some magical portraits using off camera flash as well as natural light. I want to show how well the highlights, midtones, and shadows react in different lighting scenarios. Over the next several months I’d like to book photographers from all over the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex and create a body of work in which I can make into a book. If you are a photographer and would like to take part of this project and let me photograph you please contact me as soon as possible. If you are a videographer and would link to document this project that would be amazing. Please contact me for more info or to set up a portrait session.