Monthly Archives: November 2011
I have 12 photoshoot sessions to give away in the next year. Each month I shall be selecting at random one name from those people who have ‘liked’ the Carl McCreddin Photography page on facebook. The winner of the shoot … Continue reading
I took the opportunity this week to do another shoot for my Studio Practice project. We were in a room in the ‘Old Building’ of Bradford College (thanks to the Drama Department for permission to use the room) and Gemma, … Continue reading
Here are a couple of images from the medium format session that I printed in the darkroom.
We had our first experience of medium format film cameras this week. We initially talked through the various elements of these cameras and some of the differences across manufacturers and models. We then took the cameras into the studio. Within … Continue reading
I had another attempt with the Lubitel 166 TLR camera. Ensuring the camera and the film wind-on were both in sync at 6×6 format I tried once again to get to grips with the little black box. Again, the main … Continue reading
In preparation for our first experimentation with medium format cameras we were asked to obtain and use a 120 roll-film camera. So I bought myself a little Lubitel 166 Twin-Lens Reflex which is Russian-made with a plastic-body. The twin lens … Continue reading