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October is here!!!

Ok Film Goblins, do I have a Trick or Treat for you today!!! This last weekend I was invited to participate in a Halloween shoot at one of my favorite places to photograph.... yes you named it... THE CEMETERY! 

Camera: Minolta 7 Lens: LensBaby Edge 85 Film: Hp5+ Developer: D79

Camera: Minolta 7

Lens: LensBaby Edge 85

Film: Hp5+

Developer: D79

Being that it is October, a few friends of mine felt that it would only be fitting to do a halloween shoot, and as it turned out, the whole event was pretty fun! Like always, our creativity was not limited in any way, on the contrary we actually feed off of each others photography skills and for a few shots we even piggy backed off one another's concepts!  

  Camera: Mamiya RB67 Lens: 180mm f4.5 Film: Kodak Portra 400 converted to BW

 

Camera: Mamiya RB67

Lens: 180mm f4.5

Film: Kodak Portra 400 converted to BW

For this shoot I used 3 of my main cameras, the biggest being my Mamiya RB67, and let me tell you that baby is no joke, its like a canon within itself! The other two were my trusty Mamiya 645 AF, and my every loving Minolta 7, coupled with a Lensbaby edge 85! 

   Camera: Mamiya RB67 Lens: 180mm f4.5 Film: Kodak Portra 400 

  

Camera: Mamiya RB67

Lens: 180mm f4.5

Film: Kodak Portra 400 

For the majority of the film I used Black and White, and although I hold BW film dear to my heart, I have to say, that I should of brought more color film, the colors were amazing! For my BW shots, I used Ilford's HP5+ and for color, I shot Kodak's Portra 400. 

   Camera: Mamiya RB67 Lens: 180mm f4.5 Film: Kodak Portra 400 

  

Camera: Mamiya RB67

Lens: 180mm f4.5

Film: Kodak Portra 400 

In the end we had a blast, not only did I get to shoot at my favorite place, but I got to shoot with a great group of models, and some of the best photographers in town! we even had two photographers jump into the halloween spirit and get dressed up as well!

   Camera: Minolta 7 Lens: Lensbaby Edge 85 Film: HP5+

  

Camera: Minolta 7

Lens: Lensbaby Edge 85

Film: HP5+

As always here are the rest of the photos...and stay tuned we have another shoot next weekend with the same concept; which means more Scary photos to come! Muahahahahahahahahaha muahahaha muaha! 

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