Chemical Fixation: An Exhibition of Black & White Photography

Last month I had my work featured at a gallery show in Binghamton. I’ve since taken those negatives to be scanned at the FIND Lab, and just received the scans back.

Most of these were done with a Mamiya RB67. The two square images were made with a Hasselblad 500c, the girl on the rooftop was with my Pentax 67, and the girl on the beach was with my Graflex Speed Graphic 4×5 camera!

Thumbs up to all of the beautiful people who were kind enough to model for me!

I’ve also recently uploaded my project from the previous semester, Stories on the Street.

Black and white film portrait of a girl in her bedroom. Photographed with a Hasselblad 500cA 4x5 film portrait of a girl on a beach with driftwoodBlack and white photograph of a girl sitting on a rooftop, photographed with a Pentax 67Black and white film portrait of a girl in a window wearing a british flag shirt. Photographed on a Hasselblad 500cBlack and white portrait of a girl standing near window blinds. Photographed on a Mamiya RB67Black and white headshot portrait of a girl against a white background. Photographed with a Mamiya RB67An event flier for a film exhibition