Our next Whole Roll Project is by Matthew Fotodudenz Joseph.
He’s still shooting wide, but now in medium format Fuji Reala 100, on a Mamiya 7.
Matthew Joseph Whole Roll – Mamiya 7, 43mm lens, Fuji Reala 100 (Frame 1 top left)
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A twist to the
whole roll project format this time as we turn out attention to instant photography via a 10 exposure pack of Fujifilm FP-3000B black and white peel-apart instant film, shot by Lea Williams in a Polaroid 220 Land Camera
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Dave Carswell gives us our next insight into film photography sharing an entire roll of Kodak TriX400 120 shot with a Kowa Six
Dave Carswell whole roll of Kodak TriX shot in Kowa Six Frame 1 top left to frame 12 bottom right (click for inverse)
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Our next Whole Roll Project is a roll of Portra 160C shot in a circa 1953 Mamiya 6V folder by Peter Westcoast.
Peter Westcoast Portra 160C (Frame 1 top right through to 12 bottom left)
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urbanlight Whole Roll Project asks photographers to share an entire roll of film. Next in the series is Melbourne’s Barbara Fischer shooting a roll of Superia 400, in her Nikon FE.
Barbara Fischer – Fuji Superia 400 shot with Nikon FE frame 1 bottom left through to frame 26 top right. Click for larger image
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The urbanlight Whole Roll Project asks photographers to share an entire roll of film they have shot – ‘warts and all’.
All photographers are invited to take part.
I will start the series off with a Fuji Neopan 400 roll I shot on my (holgamods) Holga120N.
Fuji Neopan 400 in Holga 120N: Frame 1 top left, through to frame 12 bottom right. (click to view inverted image)
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