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Analog Photographer/Printmaker

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me by joshwool:

Portrait of an Artist : Brittany Markert 
Artist Studio NYC (Formerly Irvin Penn Studio)
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// my darkroom closes in a week for 5 weeks! 😱 I’m having an end of the summer sale on my 5x7 work prints as I won’t be printing for awhile! www.brittanymarkert.bigcartel.com or any print on my website, thanks for the support! CODE: SUMMER15 ❤️ #inrooms #analog #brittanymarkert
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// Back to printing #TheCollector, the story that keeps me alive underground 🌑 #inrooms #pentax67 #analog #brittanymarkert #darkroom
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// down in the trenches printing 11x14 exhibition prints 👯 #analog #darkroom #pentax67 #brittanymarkert #inrooms
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fiber based silver gelatin print, 2014
www.in-rooms.com
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Anonymous said: Hi! I see that you have the pentax 67, I was considering buying it, mostly for fashion and portrait, and I was wondering if it was heavy? Is it ok to shoot without a tripod for an entire shoot or is it as exhausting as a mamiya press? :)

Hello,

Yes, I love my Pentax 67 and it is indeed a heavy beast. I would say 90% of the time I use my tripod…  I would be exhausted to hold it for an entire shoot, but that being said, I have very tiny and weak arms! If you’re hand-holding it, the wooden handle helps to carry it mid-shot. I’ve read about plenty of photographers that carried it around, just good to have a camera bag around your shoulder to put it in mid-take or an assistant to hand it to because it’s too heavy to hold for long!

x

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Brittany Markert by creativerehab:

Sheer #5.
Lo-res 120 film scan.
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by stephanecoutellephoto:

Brittany Markert pour Insomnies 2014
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