Summer with Jaimee & Nina
SUMMER WITH JAIMEE & NINA
One summer's day Jaimee, Nina and myself took a trip down to Byron Bay for some beach, beers, and Hasselblad fun. All three of us own Hasselblads and spent the day capturing Watego's Beach and Byron Bay lighthouse.
This was the first shoot I had experienced on my new Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm f2.8 lens. Prior to this I had borrowed Jaimee's to test out, which I fell in love with and of course had to acquire for my own.
The person who sold it hadn't tested the backs for a while, so my entire first two albums were riddled with light leaks from one of the backs. From one Ilford HP5+ roll of 12 photo I had 3 moderately successful photos. From my Fuji Pro 400H roll I had 4 moderately successful photos, with my absolute favourite being of Nina, below, watching the sunset - the subtle light leak around her arm adding an air of dreaminess to the photo.
I've also added two other photos at the bottom to this album. This was a surprise roll.
When I first borrowed Jaimee's Hasselblad, there was an unknown roll in the camera, which we shot at 100. We later found out it was Pan F+ 50 that was fairly old, hence the dirtiness of the film. These were my favourite shots from that roll.
Photos taken with a Hasselblad 500cm and 80mm f2.8. Film used was Ilford HP5+, Ilford Pan F+ 50, or Fuji Pro 400H. 35mm photo shot with Kodak Ektar 100.