Cara – Cumberland Forest Castle Hill

Cara shot on a Pentax 67ii medium format camera with a 105mm f2.4 lens on Kodak Portra film

Cara on a little walkway bridge shot on Contax 645 and 80mm f2

A headshot of Cara shot on a Pentax 67 with 105mm f2.4 on Kodak Portra 400 film

Cara, Contax 645 and 80mm f2 with Portra 400

Cara on a shoot at Cumberland Forest shot with Contax 645 with 80mm f2

After a quick passing rain shower, a shot at the end of the day Contax 645 and 80mm f2

The vines are so cool! Contax 645 and 80mm f2 with Portra 400

A couple shots with Cara swinging off the vines. Contax 645af and Kodak Portra 400

Another shot from the bridge, Contax 645af and 80mm f2

With the raindrops still on the leaves, we got off a couple shots on the Contax 645af and 80mm f2 with Kodak Portra 400

Last two of Cara from the little bridge at Cumberland Forest in North West Sydney.

The gum trees and Cara, shot on the Pentax 67ii and 105mm f2.4 with Kodak Portra 400

It’s been a while since I have blogged. Life has really got in the way!

Fear no more as I hope to pick up the intensity with regards to blogging and showing up more of my film work.

I shot with Cara in the middle of last year, in Cumberland Forest in the Hills District, north west Sydney. Cara was just about to leave Sydney and head over across the Pacific, so I was lucky to shoot with her before she left the sunburnt country of Australia.

The weather was iffy, with the occasional shower sweeping through, but added to the mood of shoot in amongst the tall Australian eucalypts and exotic conifers and vines.

I used two cameras on this shoot. The trusty Contax 645 with 80mm f2 Planar and the new to me Pentax 67ii with 105mm f2.4. Film used was Kodak Portra 400.


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