These are gorgeous! I love film......
This is what I aspire to be someday. Gorgeous work.
These are absolutely stunning! I really don't know if this couple is good looking enough. :)I'm just ordered a bunch of 800Z and am excited to do a test roll or two with my new Bronica with it.
Beautiful! Where are these pictures taken? Love the trees in bloom.
Straight out of camera. Dahhhh, amazing.
these were all taken in provo and springville ut.thanks for the kind words everyone!i owe it all to film!
oh my -- straight out of camera -- incredible! these are beautiful.and i love that they have the same smile.
wow. those are gorgeous & you are amazing. (and that couple is beautiful!)I look at your blog everyday - you are what I hope to be one day with my own photos. thanks for the daily dose of inspiration!
SNAP...that gives me about a million reasons to have a film camera.
Wonderful work Jonathan - love it! Do you do your own scanning?Got a great eye.
Gorgeous again Jon! Love the shoot!
Your angles are fantastic! Very artistic!
These are amazing!
Your images are breathtaking. I hope to be able to capture emotion like that someday. For now I'll just enjoy looking at your images!
jeremy, everything is developed and scanned in house. i have my own noritsu qsf-v30 with a fuji hunt conversion for the developing. and now i own 2 fuji frontier sp2500's. fill will never die...at least not in my company...
Jonathan, love what you are doing. Your enthusiasm for the the medium is infectious. In looking at the images shot with the 800Z, I wondered how you were choosing to expose things? Slight over-expose? Or just shooting straight up?Keep the regular posts coming. I look forward to my stop at your blog for a little of the film fever everyday. :)Yours in solidarity,AaronI see also that you mention you have in house developing. Wow. Would you consider commenting on differences between the Noritsu and Frontier units? I'd like to better understand the differences you can achieve in development. Is it the machine, is it all in the hands of the operator when printing...
woww men, your work is insane! cheers from mexico.
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