Central to all photography is the silver gelatin print: black and white film that demands careful attention to both contrasts and highlights. I typically shoot 120 film in a Mamiya or Pentex camera (see my ‘about‘ page for more details), using the Zone system as developed by Ansel Adams and Fred Archer. I develop my film in my kitchen (after loading it in my bathroom!), and rely on years of experience and a variety of info-pages to create my development formulae as I go. If you can create a good photograph with black and white film, you’ll be able to shoot in any format!
See below for a sampling of my recent work, and
see my Lomography albums for more of my film photography.