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I recently finished taking a photography course where we used film cameras, negatives, dark rooms, enlargers, developing chemicals... the whole shebang. I was wondering if anyone else on here has any experience with "professional" film photography and would like to use this thread to show off some of their work.
Anyway, I thought I'd start by showing some of the pictures I took. I must warn you that they are scanned from original prints, obviously, so the quality isn't 100% what it is when you're looking at it in person, but it gives you the same idea.
This is a picture I took looking into the lens of my GL2. Didn't turn out as well as I had hoped, but kinda cool none-the-less.
This was part of a nighttime photography assignment.
As was this.
These were all black and white photos that were hand-painted by me. For the far left one, we used oil paints. The middle one I did with (believe it or not) colored pencils. The right one I'm least proud of and was done with water colors... but everyone agreed that they were hardest to pull off.
These next two are my two favorite of the bunch, as I enjoy taking pictures of people over pictures of things... it's much more interesting and you have many more options.
Taken inside with some studio lighting. I realized after the fact that the lighting could have been better, as there are shadows where there shouldn't be, and she's slightly out of focus. I still really love the pose though.
Easily my favorite out of all of them, just because I love the position of her and the way she's out in a park and not stuck in a studio.
Well there you go guys, feel free to post some of your own work, and we'll get to see if you're as good still photographers as you are filmmakers.
NOTE: some pictures may extend horizontally beyond this box, so you can scroll over to view them in their entirety.