Starting the new year off with a bang for a quick photoshoot in downtown Pomona with the band Odoheedah.
Every shot here is straight out of camera. The Fuji X100v features the Big Negative Film Look film recipe. The X-T1 features the Classic Kodak Chrome recipe. The X-M1 features a monochrome recipe I made up and on the color images from the X-M1, I just used the image straight out of Capture One with the default color profile that C1 placed on the X-M1 raw file. The X-S10 was completely flat with the Eterna film simulation.
We worked our way down the block trying out a variety of poses and backgrounds.
They have good chemistry as they are brothers, can be serious and bored looking in one moment, and laughing and joking in the next.
We took some photos inside The Social Cut barbershop (shout out to Steve, the owner, for lettting us!). We also took some photos inside Delicious Freedom, a fairly new ice cream shop downtown. The front of the Fox Theater is always a good backdrop.
I used 4 Fuji cameras on this shoot. Overall, the favorite photos from this shoot came from….the Fuji X-T1 and the 13mm Viltrox lens with the Classic Kodak Chrome film recipe.