Autry & Alex
Fun Fact about Art:
All of those rules you read aren’t really rules.
At their best, they’re tips. At their worst, restraints.
You’re allowed to do it however you want.
Art isn’t a path, it’s an open field.
Shot on a Fuji Klasse with Ilford Delta, Portra, & Cinestill.
Scanned by the ever-friendly Indie Film Lab.
Amazing Ben! Love this set!
I love the vibe of this set! So pretty!
this. is. amazing.
Wow, so utterly beautiful.
Heck – Yeah indeed! Love how you get smooth tones on film!
gOSH, i love it !!!!
Mine eyes are blessed! Beautiful ben!
Incredibly inspiring work as always.
This is insanely beautiful!! How many rolls of film did you use?
Thanks Kristen! I think I sent off 5-6 rolls for this shoot.
Beuatiful!!! And Inspiring!!!
Super! Nice And Lovely Series.
Can you give us a little insight on how you think through your lighting when shooting with film, and especially on a point and shoot?
You have the same beautiful gradual tones you have in your digital work, and I imagine that must take significant thought with less in camera flexibility.
Hi Hannah! cNot much difference actually. I have a free lighting class (lighting.bensasso.com) that talks about what I look for in light. The main difference with film is that I err on the side of “proper” or over-exposure, instead of under.
Hi Ben, this shoot is so beautiful. Did you use the Fuji Klasse / Fuji Klasse w or fuji klasse s for this session? There seems to be a significant price difference between these models on ebay.
Thanks Polly! I use both models. Each has a different focal length so it just depends on the look I’m after.
Beutifull peace of work. I love especially this blurry, dynamic pics.
Awesome pictures, love the colors and the light! Congratulations!
Great session! Magical, sensual, electrifying and fresh. A film look combined with tasteful frames. Well … Gorgeous!