It’s been way to long since I last picked up my Yashica 635 and shot a roll of film. So long in fact the last time I shot medium format was with the Diana F+ back in February. But after flicking through one of my favourite photo books (Vivian Maier) I was inspired to go out and shoot a roll of 120mm.
For the last few years I have been focusing on street and travel photography so I thought I’d try my hand at some portraits.
I was shooting on Portra 160 film which is always my film of choice for portraits. And as the sun set we headed inside..
The film performed incredibly well considering I was shooting at ISO 160 in such limited light. If you’ve never shot medium format photography- I highly recommend it! Although it comes at a higher cost than 35mm and on average you only get 12 shots, the detail you can capture with a good camera and the experience is well worth the extra pennies!