When I edit my photos I can’t seem to get them as clean as this, there’s always something about them that looks a but affected. Does anyone manage to get their images looking close to this, and do you have any tips?
I’m using the latest NLP, the Negative Supply holders, digitising with a Sony A7R3 with a Sony 90mm Macro lens.
I’d not heard of this photographer but he’s clearly very good and refreshingly there’s not much on the internet about what cameras he uses so he likes to keep it to himself. We can probably take it that most of the film rebates are genuine (some I think are not, especially those surrounding an image with a brand logo super-imposed) but there’s a mix of 5x4, 645 & 6x7 depending I suspect on circumstances. What intrigued me was that some have the aperture and shutter speed super-imposed on the rebate, neat. This is apparently specific to the Pentax & Contax 645 film cameras but I hadn’t seen it before.
As well as the ‘clean’ look you’re also probably referring to the consistency in ‘look’ between scans, something that others have asked regarding NLP and Nate answered in another post.