|A girl crosses the intersection at University and Metcalf on her way to class. Scanned 35mm Tri-X 400.|
"Ken-chan no take pictures of me, you gonna waste all your fillum" is what my grandmother alwasys says to me when a camera (film or digital) is pointed at her.
So lately I've been starting to shoot a lot more film. Not entirely sure why I started to get interested, perhaps it's due to the fact that I'm doing an independent study for ART307 - Advanced Lighting and Large Format photography.
I had taken 10 rolls of tri-x and a Canon EOS A2 with me on a trip to Hong Kong, early December 2009.
|Men sit next to a news stand in downtown Hong Kong Island. (Photo: Kent Nishimura)|
More scanned negatives after the break.
|Photographer Austin Larson poses for a portrait in Studio 2. Scanned 4x5 TMAX400 Negative.|
|Robert Tang laughs after hearing a joke in the UH Photo Lab. Scanned 35mm Tri-X 400|
|Stanley "the Pickcha Fricka" Tomita walks into the UH Photo Lab on a monday afternoon. Scanned 35mm Tri-X 400.|
|Austin Larson makes a face as Justin asks him a question in the Photo Lab.|
|Brent Akana pauses for a moment as he ponders his response to a question. Scanned Tri-X 400|
|A man walks in a crosswalk near Kamehameha Shopping Center. This image was made with a Olympus OM-1 and a 600mm Mirror Lens.|
|Brent Akana Pauses for a moment to take in the scene in his old house in Kalihi.|
|Geena surfs the internet at her boyfriend's home in Kalihi.|
Color is next. hehehe. Gonna use some Ektar 100, Portra 160, 400, and Superia 400.
More soon // k