Last fall I had the chance to shoot a few rolls of 120 film. I borrowed a Yashica TLR from a friend to shoot a few portrait sessions. Below are the results. I am completely in love with how they turned out. Although they’re not at all how I expected them to look, there’s something about them that I love. Maybe it’s the amount and coarseness of the grain, or maybe it’s the subtle haze given off from the old lens. I suppose that’s why film is so exciting. You just never know what you’re going to get! At any rate, here they are. You might remember these sessions from last year. Sheri’s glam session & Alan’s lifestyle session.
The bottom 3 photos (windows) were shot with an antique Kodak folding camera I picked up in an antique shop a couple years ago. The results are even more dramatic! Nothing I can really use, but fun to look at anyway.
All film was processed and scanned by Canada’s newest film lab – Caribou Lab in Toronto! Please please please give them a shout if you’ve got some film to send in! Their customer service was fast and friendly, I would highly recommend them to anyone who cares about quality work and has a passion for film photography! Can’t wait to work with them again very soon!