March 1, 2019
Every once in a while I find a model I just can’t get enough of. This is Maddison, a Gold Coast-based model and actress who I have been photographing over the past year. We have created imagery together in the most beautiful places, from an eclectic French warehouse to the most exquisite French Villa in the Byron Bay hinterland. We also shot in our home town upon Tamborine Mountain and used what nature had to offer. Most recently we kept things more simple by using blank walls in carparks and even laying outside our local subway shop just because it had great light. I captured some portraits on Medium format film with different film stocks including Kodak and Fuji while also capturing some on my digital camera.Above image: Nikon D750 with a reflector. Edited in Lightroom
Above and Below images: Medium Format Film. Portra 400 rated at 320. Carmencita Film Lab. No editing
Above image: Double Exposure on Kodak Film. Invitation used was white writing on a black background. No editing
Above: Portra 400 Film
Above image: Nikon D750, Sigma Art lenses. Edited in Lightroom
Above and Below image: Medium Format Film. Fuji 400h rated at 200. Converted Carl Zeiss 80 F2 lens. Carmencita film Lab. No editing
Above and Below images: Fuji 400 rated at 200
Above and Below images: Shooting on Tamborine Mountain. Digital shot on Nikon D750. Sigma 85mm 1.4 . Natural reflection coming from an off white wall in a carpark.
Above image: Digital. Direct lighting. Left image shot with the sigma 85 and the right image shot with the 35 sigma.
Digital. Edited in Lightroom and Photoshop