Kevin wanted the painting that sits above the family TV captured as it’s quite special to him, and is of a scene from Ikoraki Bay, an isolated bay on the southern coast of Banks Peninsula. It shows a Family holiday, with their tent and Fathers combi van against the rolling hills and ocean.
What’s being reinforced as this series builds is just how different the aesthetics of every set of images are on film, and check out the different characteristics and mood of the Yashica635 (monochrome) and Rolleicord VB (colour) with the Yashy showing off some true SOUL. It loves to seperate the background wide open, and that lens flare too! My desert island camera for sure. Yes I’m doubling up here, but felt the need to shoot both, and a pretty interest comparison for sure.
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