My ongoing portrait project, shooting on 35mm film. All sorts of people, shooting in natural light.
Shot #4 of my portrait project.
Four days in Berlin, seeing as much as the city as we can. I'm all for planning portraits, scouting the right location and choosing the right time of day for the light but every so often you see an opportunity.
He had just come up the stairs, out of the underground and in to the sunshine. So have I.
Shot #3 of my portrait project.
This is Tasha. We hadn't hung out in ages, and if a portrait project can bring old friends together then it's a good thing.
Her hair is amazing (some call it a head nest) and what began as a sit down more formal portrait grew in us enjoying the cross wind.
Shot #2 of my portrait project.
I've known John for a long time, and we used to work together. Sometimes he has a beard.
We'd planned this in advance, met after work and took a walk down to the seafront. I'd decided this bench would be my reliable starting point so we settled, shot, walked and tried other spots but stuck with this one.
Shot #1 of my portrait project.
I've shot with Antonia many times, but this is my first time with 35mm film. Ilford HP5 400.