In a world of digital photography, many photographers love to break out their film cameras every once in a while. Gary Buth is no exception, and here’s the result of his recent film photo shoot at The Citizen!
Cameras used: Mamiya RB67 medium format camera in 6×7 and 645 formats with a variety of lenses from 50mm to 180mm, Nikon F5 and Nikon F100 35mm format cameras using 35mm to 200mm lenses.
Film stock used: primarily Kodak film consisting of Portra 400VC and 160VC, TMAX 100 B&W, Tri-X 400 B&Wand Ilfrod 3200 B&W. Some of the Black & White film was pushed to ISO1600 and as high as 6400 for increased grain and processed to boost contrast.
All film processing was handled by Richard Photo Lab in Hollywood.
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