Opening of the National Film School, IADT, Tuesday 26th of November, 2013 - Film Photos
Here’s some shots I took during the opening of the new National Film School of Ireland in IADT. I took these on Kodak Portra 400 with my Bronica SQ-A.
Picked up a roll of Fuji Provia 400X (R.I.P.) and Kodak T-MAX 400 for the Bronica.
I’ve only shot Colour Negative on the camera and I’m looking forward to trying Slide and Black & White films.
The hope is to keep practicing on Slide films until I’m confident enough to shoot that roll of Infrared Aerochrome I got a few weeks back. You have to really nail the exposure on the Aerochrome as it has extremely low latitude, something like less than ± 1/2 a stop.
Opening of the National Film School, IADT, Tuesday 26th of November, 2013
The President of Ireland came to our college yesterday to open the new National Film School. Here’s some photos from the launch I took on my 600D. I also took stuff on my new Bronica which I’ll be scanning on Friday
So myself and Amy were on RTÉ News this morning talking about the new National Film School of Ireland.It’s about 64 minutes into this if anyone wants to see me attempting to answer questions: http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/10226993/
Re-edited a couple of the pictures I took at Halloween, I’ve been slowly learning Lightroom 5. It’s so much easier than Photoshop for editing RAW.
Stay Young posted some of my pics.
Dropping these mockeries on Socrates’ philosophies in the Botanic Gardens.
My brother Oisín killing fool-asses in Call of Duty.
This is from my failed light-meter tests with Greg.
The good news was that the light-meters all worked. The bad news is I didn’t know the battery on the camera was drained so I underexposed by 5 stops…
I got my test roll back from the Bronica SQ-A
Looks like it’s working!
RIP Jelly Bean Bag