I haven’t posted any film photography that I’ve taken for work for a little while. I should make more effort really, as quite often it’s the photography I enjoy taking the most. I run a little film photography off shoot of my creative agency (F8 Creates) – we shoot a lot of digital, but when its film, it’s Shoot Rewind
This particular job primarily involved taking some head shot portraits of a team of architects in Worcester. KKE are a creative team, and as such it seemed quite fitting to shoot them on film. They agreed, so that’s what I did.
Using TPE we timed the shoot so I could frame the portraits with the office building in the background whilst the sun glanced across the faces of the team. All the headshots were taken with the Leica M4, Zeiss 50mm ZM Sonnar and Kodak Portra 400.
Additionally to this, I also shot a range of office reportage photos, as well as a few images of the office and space itself.
To capture the nature of the business some care was taken to capture a few shots that played on the geometrical shapes within the office. For a few of these shots I also used the Zeiss 28mm ZM Biogon.
Hope you like them as much as me and my client do – I love my job sometimes!
A couple of others in the portfolio on the Shoot Rewind website
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