medium format film

The Ten Shot Project is live !!! by rick

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The Ten Shot Project is now live. Ten shots, one theme, chosen by you. It’s a analogue based project with no pixels here. For those of you who answered our call, we thank you. What you’ve done for the project is provide us with a diverse and interesting collection of images.


Our logo represents the letter 10 in a minimal yet abstract form. The added red dot represents the proximity sensor, which completes the visual reference to the camera icon. The Ten Shot Project will continue to evolve and we’ll be adding new features along the way. You can find us on line as well as on Instagram. If you’re interested in submitting your work, we’d love to hear from you. Check out our submission page. We welcome you all.

Finally, into print.... by rick

Ive been shooting various print based media over the years on the digital front and have been happy with the  published results. Im given a brief, shoot it then submit the images to the magazine editors. Then it goes off to the design team and then between them they select the images that best suit the feature/brief requirements. All of which are always digital images which Im happy to provide. However, lately Ive been dropping a few medium format images into the mix to see if the guys pick up on their value. I don't mention Ive added film shots to the digital ones Ive submitted, I just like to see if they pick up on the quality of those images. It doesn't have to be megapixel quality, it really doesn't. Medium format images or 35mm images if they are well shot and composed can deliver.....

Finally its paid off. Admittedly its only one shot but its in the magazine. Result....

Camera: Hasselblad 500 C/M  Film: Fujichrome Velvia 100 - expired