more of the same, this time all on illford delta 3200 b&w film.


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  • greg nissen - mmm film grain 🙂 Amazing shots as always, Mr. Eads.

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  • Steve Elmer - Dude, I am just mesmerised by both the film and digital versions of this shoot. THis is 11/10 work 😉

  • Paul - Seriously killed it with these in digital and film. Third shot down is incredible.

    Do you develop your own negs or were these done by a lab?

  • jayeads - thanks, i really appreciate the feedback!! seems like i always get the biggest positive reaction to my personal work. hmmm… how to make that pay bills?? 🙂

    paul, i have a lab do it. i wish i did my own, but, alas… time and $

  • Lisa Hessel - These are seriously lovely. The close up shots are so intimate and heavy with meaning. love it.

  • Nirav - Looks awesome Jay! Was this with the EOS 3?

  • Brian Davis - Beautiful shots!

  • Heather Elizabeth - Oh Jay these are beautiful. I actually do love the film more than digital. and that’s saying a lot because the digital was pretty amazing.

  • Julie Freeman - I love your work. This is a stunning shoot. You make me miss my old dark room days! I just shot your sister in laws family Julie and she sent me to your site. I’m so happy she did it was really fun to browse your work. I can’t wait to see more.

  • jayeads - thanks julie! i blog every so often… you’ll get more out of my tumblr 🙂

  • Richard McDowell - Beautiful work Jay. There is simply something magical about film.

  • jayeads - thanks rich, that means a lot. and i couldn’t agree more about film.

  • devin palmer - this set is off the charts.