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Portraits with Portra

Kodak Portra 400 is a beautiful film. It’s very versatile and can handle pushing it a couple stop or over exposing by a few stops. Here I over exposed and shot it at ISO 200 to give it that pastel look. These were shot with the Bronica ETRS and the Zenzanon 75mm f2.8 lens.

Ricoh GR

One of my all time favorite digital cameras is the Ricoh GR. And I’m assuming if I had the GR III, which is the newest model released, that would be one of my favorites as well. When I had this camera I really enjoyed the pocketability of it. That camera was so stealth. I mostly used it for street photography. I did use it during a couple of portrait shoots to get a different look. I do regret selling it. Here are two examples of portraits done with the Ricoh GR.

ISO: 200

Aperture: f16

Shutter speed: 4 seconds

ISO: 400

Aperture: f8

Shutter speed: 1/125 sec

More Photos made from the Fuji XT 10

So after investing in the Fuji XT 10 system I ended up with 4 lenses: the 18-55, 55-200, 60mm f2.8 macro, and a samyang 12mm. I had this system for about a year and a half and I had to reluctantly sell it to pay off some bills. I do miss the system and I’d buy into the Fuji system again if I could justify it or had the opportunity. Here are more images that I made while I had that camera.

Fuji x20 continued…

And here is more from the Fuji x20…

Fuji X20

I recently wrote a blog about when I quit photography for a little while in 2012. I stated that I ended up getting back into photography but I started shooting film again. While I enjoyed film photography more than digital (and I still do), digital is at times more practical. I ended up purchasing a Fuji x20, which when it was released, was a “higher end” point and shoot type digital camera. I ended up doing a shoot and I brought it along to make some photos with it. I wanted to see what this little point and shoot could do. Here are a few photos that I did with the Fuji x20.

I utilized the hot shoe on the camera so I could shoot with off camera flash.

Class of 2019

A few from a recent graduation portrait session.

The Vivitar 285: A budget friendly flash!

Canon Powershot SX 730 HS

I picked up the Canon Powershot SX 730 HS for a great deal. This could be an option if you are looking for an every day type of carry around point and shoot compact camera.

BW9767-8708LR

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