10.26.2016

Michelle. Rolleiflex twin lens. 500 watt hot light into a big, Balcar Zebra Umbrella with diffusion on it.

©kirk tuck. 

Printed on Agfa Portriga DW Paper. 

6 comments:

Eric Rose said...

Ahhh, the good old days. Well maybe not so good. Slow shutter speeds, models that can't keep still, hot HOT lights. Groan. To get a great portrait like that took real talent. And patience.

John Campbell said...

Happy Birthday! I hope that you have a wonderful day.

Anonymous said...

Kt,
Enjoying the focus on the work you have done in the past with tools that some consider obsolete. Maybe- the tools have been eclipsed but the mastery you display in your work will never be obsolete.
Joe

Richard Leacock said...

(Stopped dead in my tracks)

Wowww...

Deeefffintely a big "Like"!...

The longer I linger the more drawn in I find myself. The lighting, the subject, the mood, the moment...

Magic.

Cheers

Del Bomberger said...

Nice. I so miss that paper!

Antonio Ramirez said...

Absolutely magical! Gorgeous.

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