Fujifilm FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100.

Test shooting a cartridge of Fujifilm instant film.

Taken with the Mamiya RZ67 (using a Polaroid film back) and the Mamiya 110/2.8 lens.

The first shot has a yellow colour cast from the incandescent lighting.  The remainder of the images were photographed utilizing the Westcott Ice Light.

—Peter.

Fujifilm FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100

8 thoughts on “Fujifilm FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100.

  1. Barry says:

    Love your photos, and It would be great to hear your thoughts on the Ice Light, maybe as a post? Thanks for this blog, keep up the good work!

  2. Dalal says:

    Beautiful as always Peter!

    Its so nice to have you back!
    Honestly, your site is the highlight of my work days 🙂

  3. Henry says:

    Hi Peter,

    Love your Blog, I am guilty for never commenting but I am inspired by your work so thanking you for sharing.
    I also have had the Ice light for some time, yet I have struggled to use it on a regular basis. Your pictures have motivated me to pull it out of the closet, so thanks 🙂

  4. andygemmell says:

    Peter and Henry…I too have owned the Ice Light in the past. Is a really great tool and makes lighting accessible beyond some of the other professional lighting set ups. However I personally found it difficult to master and subsequently did not use it enough and moved it along. However one of the masters of using this tool and I’d certainly encourage looking into more of his work is Kristian Dowling, whom Peter you have had as a guest on your site.

    The main thing I have learnt from Kristian and could be a good starting place is he often uses the ice light along with other light sources and essentially it’s the mix and positioning of that where I think he gets the best results.

    This shot is without the ice light though shows how he catches and uses light….Even from this you can get the picture he knows what he’s doing!!! And a great teacher as well.

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