Watch as the guys from Negative Feedback embark on a little night time adventure to the try their hand at shooting medium format film at night.
In this episode of Negative Feedback, watch as George tries his hand at shooting medium format film at night. For this experiment, George decided to go for a few film options, namely Portra 160, 400 and 800. He also shot everything on his Mamiya 7, naturally with a tripod and cable release as you inevitably end up with fairly long exposures.
This is a great way to basically step up your film photography and challenge yourself to shoot a few night time exposures. Hopefully, this will get you excited to get out there and run a few rolls through your camera this weekend.
If you’d like to see more from George and the team at Negative Feedback, they have a fantastic collection of videos on YouTube. A great source of information if you are interested in film photography. You can also stay in touch with them via Instagram or Twitter.
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