the hamilton house light.

Hasselblad 500c/m, fuji pro400H

It tormented me when we lived at the old apartment how little I could shoot inside. There is only so much light study you can do when you have two north facing windows in your whole place. I’ve been wanting to shoot photos like these for a couple of years now, and to finally be able to really do it is such a relief. It is like a terrible itch has been scratched and I can relax. Or as the poster on my wall says, keep calm and carry film.

late afternoon. nikon f100, fuji 160s

late afternoon. Nikon F100, Fuji Superia 800

midday. Nikon F100, Fuji Superia 800

around 7am. pentax 6×7, kodak portra 400

morning. Pentax 6×7, Kodak Portra 400

around 10am. Hasselblad 500c/m, Fuji rvp100F


late afternoon. Hasselblad 500c/m, Fuji Pro400H
late afternoon. Hasselblad 500c/m, Fuji RVP 100F.

late afternoon. Hasselblad 500c/m, Fuji RVP 100F, converted to B&W.

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7 thoughts on “the hamilton house light.

  1. Sooo satisfying!!! I can’t wait to have access to a camera in NYC!!!

  2. You are one lucky girl Cara!

  3. Amazing photos ♥

  4. your new place looks lovely. and huge!
    the kitchen light is especially divine.

  5. GORGEOUS wonderful light filled home. I’d be in love too. 🙂

  6. stacilee72 on said:

    It is perfect. What a beautiful home.

  7. adore adore adore the one of your sink, and the one right above it with the shadows on the wall (7 am light). but they’re all exquisite, let’s just be honest 🙂

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