The second week of January brought unusually warm temperatures to the Cleveland area. Like any life-long North East Ohioan I made the most of it by getting outside and acting like it was mid-summer. Luckily, I already had a shoot shoot planned with a model named Megan. This was actually the first time that Megan had ever shot, but, you really can’t tell from the photos.
These images were all shot with my Mamiya 645J with Sekor 80mm f/2.8 using some Kodak Portra 160. I’ve never really used this film much in the past, but, I do know that it is always considered one of the best in terms of rendering skin tones and I would have to say that I agree with that assessment.
Also, If you’d like to see some of the instant film images from this shoot using The Impossible Projects PX 680 Color Protection film you can check them out Right Here.