Black and white film portraits
I love black and white film portraits. From selecting the film you’re working with, to loading the film, to winding the advance lever, to hearing the shutter button, it just feels healthier.
You’ll see reference in some of the captions to the Mamiya RB67. This is quite the camera to use in that it is heavy. My advice, should you wish to use one off tripod, is to find a grip. It won’t stabilise the body like a tripod, but it is helpful and should remove the threat of camera shake if you already have a steady hand.
Black and white portraits of artists
Black and white studio portraits
Black and white portraits from my backyard
How to book me
I’m currently working in New Zealand, where I’m working across photography genres. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if I can help you with pictures you need or would like.
Thank you for taking an interest in my photography work today. Your support and interest is very kind and much appreciated. Thanks.
Best wishes, David.
Some kind words from people
I’ve been very blessed to work with some incredible people. I can’t thank them enough for their kindness in writing a few words about me. The joy of being a photographer for them will stay with me for a long, long time.