first I shoot a combo of both film and digital. the more I shoot digital the more I wanna shoot film. I shoot all Olympus gear with the exception of my medium format work. I shoot vintage film lenses on digital bodies when I do shoot digital. in post on digital I usually desaturate a bit with a contrast adjustment and a watermark. I shoot with mirror lenses sometimes too. I also shoot only expired film and not because I’m an Impossible Project/Lomo hipster but more rather an hourly wage slave and I can buy bulk cheaper off the Internet. these days I’m shooting mostly slide film cross processed to print. my digital body/vintage lens contraption is a big part of my work though coupled with shallow dof from shooting long lenses (100mm+) with out a tripod. I also only shoot an hour or
so right around sunrise and sunset.
I have all my prints made through a local photo house, pensacola photo supply. they do great work & let me give input about the developing process. the only post work I do on film stuff is add a watermark. no other adjustment needed. I don’t feel like I am being ripped off or giving away “trade secrets” as my working class socialist viewpoints lead me to feel that my work, while sometimes pretty, is hardly difficult or anything. it’s just the way I shoot.
of bms? yes. more photos. not necessarily more skin.