1. Ryan Burnett

     

  2. Ryan Burnett

     

  3. Hoxton Red 

    Mamiya 645 Pro TL / 35mm f3.5 / Portra 400

     

  4. Mamiya 645 / 80mm / Delta 100

     

  5. London / Mamiya 645 Pro TL / 80mm / Portra 400

     


  6. Long Live Film!

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    This is my music photography bag!

    Mamiya 645 Pro TL
    Mamiya 35mm 3.6
    Mamiya 55mm 2.8
    Mamiya 80mm 2.8

     


  7. Rubylux

    On the day I bought my first digital camera, Rubylux were playing a gig in a dingy Brighton venue called The Gloucester. They were the first band I ever took photos of. That being said it seems only right that the first band I take photos of on film are Rubylux on the night they played a show at the Shepherds Bush Empire! 

    http://www.samjbond.com

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  8. Ryan Burnett aka MOON

    I’ve been taking photos for around five years, and since then I’ve always shot digital. I never had much interest in film as I saw it to be a slow, unreliable and cumbersome process.I always dismissed it very quickly and went back to shooting with my trusty Nikon digital.

    That was until recently, when seemingly out of nowhere I developed a great interest in the whole process. I learned that if done right, film can be an amazingly high quality format, with an aesthetic that digital cannot reproduce. I learned that instead of waiting days to receive the processed film back from the lab, you can process the film yourself at home and have the photos scanned into the computer within a few hours of shooting them. I was proved wrong about everything I thought was bad about film.

    A couple of weeks ago I decided to finally give it a go and bought a Mamiya 645 medium format film camera, along with everything I need to develop the film at home and then scan it into the computer.

    After shooting a few test rolls and learning very quickly that film bought at the Lomo shop sucks, I went out and bought some real film and got some amazing results.

    At the same time all this was happening, My good friend Ryan Burnett asked me if we could take some photos for a new music project he was working on. I then suggested we shoot the whole thing on film. He seemed up for the idea, so last week he came up to London and we spent the day taking photos. After we finished shooting we went back to my flat for a couple of beers and developed and scanned the photos.

    This shoot is the first portrait shoot I’ve shot with film, and it’s safe to say that I’m very happy with the results, and will be taking my film camera with me on all future shoots!

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  10. Ryan Holt