Mamiya Portraiture Photography

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This week, I am working closely with Reiko Matsueda and Saiyoko to create some medium format film photographic portraits in me and Reiko’s studio.

The purpose of this excerise is to take the slow approach to creating a studio lighting atmosphere and to photograph meaningful portraits.

And also to learn the fundlementals of exposure, camera settings, lighting, and lenses to make interesting portraits of people.

Like in the movie, Taken, with Liam Neeson, sometimes it pays to go back to basics to get the job done, and create art thats worth playing for..

cheers,

Paul Mansfield
home studio
dcjack3_8

Fujicolor Reala

Mamiya RZ67 Pro II

Published by paulmansfield30

grant writer educational and media consultant in the nonprofit field. I've traveled all over Asia, (love sushi!) and recently watching Game of Thrones, and am inspired to develop films and teach visual storytelling to the neighborhood students.

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