WINDOW LIGHT + FILMmore of the same, this time all on illford delta 3200 b&w film. Tags: 14 comments Comment Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked * Post Comment Δ greg nissenmmm film grain 🙂 Amazing shots as always, Mr. Eads. Tweets that mention window light on film | Jay Eads Photography -- Topsy.com[…] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Nathan Walker. Nathan Walker said: RT @jayeads: PART 2 of my window light series, this time, all illford delta 3200 b&w film. http://jayeads.com/?p=1411 […] Steve ElmerDude, I am just mesmerised by both the film and digital versions of this shoot. THis is 11/10 work 😉 PaulSeriously 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? jayeadsthanks, 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 HesselThese are seriously lovely. The close up shots are so intimate and heavy with meaning. love it. NiravLooks awesome Jay! Was this with the EOS 3? Brian DavisBeautiful shots! Heather ElizabethOh 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 FreemanI 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. jayeadsthanks julie! i blog every so often… you’ll get more out of my tumblr 🙂 http://jayeads.tumblr.com/ Richard McDowellBeautiful work Jay. There is simply something magical about film. jayeadsthanks rich, that means a lot. and i couldn’t agree more about film. devin palmerthis set is off the charts.