Film is the hand-written letter of photography. It’s how we used to do it—loading, capturing, advancing, anticipating. It’s old school. And there’s something about the way life looks behind the lens of a five-pound camera from the 70’s.
You can’t reproduce it.
Shooting with 6x7 medium format film means working with ten frames per roll. These days it’s a craft. It means a little extra intentionality in every capture so you can and go home with something classic.
Real film, real prints, in your hands.