Photo shoot: Industry magazine

Written by Nasir Hamid on June 9th, 2013

These Fujiroids (aka Polaroid) are from a photo shoot I did a few weeks ago for Industry magazine. The magazine is out now so I can finally share these. Whenever I shoot digital images for a publication I usually take along some film to shoot for myself. We had the perfect location and perfect evening light on this day and I’m really pleased with how these turned out. In a few of the shots that were in the shade I added in a speedlight with an orange gel to mimic late afternoon sunlight. The top right shot was to demonstrate with and without. My thanks go to the models for being so patient while standing in the cold lake and to the rest of the team for organising everything.

Here’s a short video from the shoot.

[Tech info:] Mamiya RB67, 90mm and 180mm lenses, Fuji FP-100C (expired) instand pack film in a sliding Polaroid back.


7 Comments so far ↓

  1. Gerard says:

    Wisteria is so pretty…

  2. daniel says:

    I love your pictures, how do you make those split images on the negatives shooting with a mamiya.

    • Nasir Hamid says:

      Thanks, Daniel. I have a sliding back for my RB67 that allows me to make two different exposures. Arca Swiss used to make one similar.

  3. daniel says:

    Thank you, I have an rb67 and Im looking for a polaroid back instead of buying a land camera, I really liked your results.

  4. Pedro says:

    Hi, nice work! Do you think the sliding polaroid back will fit on a RZ67?

    • Nasir Hamid says:

      Thanks. No, unfortunately the RZ67 has a different fitting so you would need a dedicated sliding back for it. I’ve heard there is one out there for the RZ67 that’s very expensive but I’ve never seen it.

  5. Pedro says:

    Thank you for the answer Nasir. I will look for it. Thanks for showing this alternative and keep on shooting 🙂

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