Zombies seem to be everywhere these days… This one was spotted at the Capital E Halloween Event for children held at Civic Square. Emily was not very impressed that the zombies were scaring kids (Emily) and we had to leave after only being there a short while 🙂
This is the last series of images from the Zombie Walk on the 30th.
Shot these ones on the Rollei and have left the scans pretty raw and dusty because it kinda suits the theme…
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Fuji Neopan 400 pushed to 800 and Ilford Delta 3200 Films.
Nikon F5, 50mm f1.8 Lens, Ilford Delta 3200 ISO Film
Took the day off work yesterday to do a fundraising photo shoot for my local Playcentre (its kinda a parent run pre school centre)
This was the flyer we did a pre-shoot for a couple of weeks back that was designed by one of the other dads.
Since my lights weren’t really up to the task of running all day we had to borrow some from local photographer Adrian Heke who lent us a set of Hensel 1000Ws… Cheers Adrian!
So basically we shot family portraits from 9am til about 4pm (we did have a bit of a break in the middle)…. So needless to say it was a pretty long day, not to mention the just under 2000 images I still have to edit and post produce 🙂
And then if I wasnt tired enough already I went and hung out with a whole bunch of Zombies on a Zombie walk for a couple of hours… the press guys who I am starting to get to know a bit better still find it amusing that I am shooting film and lets just say the Rollei isn’t built for speed but put my first roll of 3200 ISO film through it so will see how it comes out.
I think I currently have a backlog of 5 x 120 films and 1 x 35mm film to develop so hopefully I will get a chance to do them soon.
Not usually seen togeather… Can wookies actually become Zombies? Were these infact Zombie Wookies?
Must have been the Rugby Sevens
Nikon F5 ,50mm f1.8, Ilford Delta 400 ISO film