I still use film! I shoot with toy cameras also known as lo-Fi cameras like the Holga and the Diana+, both large format cameras. Some of my shots are done utilizing pinhole cameras. All the images you see here were shots I’ve taken over the years.
The photos with sprocket holes are not produced in a photo editing program, but achieved by placing 35mm film into large format cameras, 120 – the result is the 35mm film is totally covered. I then scan the negative and convert the image to digital.
Photography is a hobby of mine. I produce my photos with the intention that they be shared and used by others in any artistic, or non-profit purpose. They are licensed under a Creative Commons (CC) designation meaning you are free to use them without having to ask me.
My photography is also known as Lomography. What is Lomography? Here’s an explanation.
A gallery of my Lomo photos can be found at the Lomography web page.
All the images you see on DarinBarry.com were produced by me. Hope you enjoy.
Minister Johnny Bradford, Emanuel Church of God in Christ United Minister, stands in front of an art instillation of doors outside a homeless camp on West Burnside, Portland OR
Holga GFN 120, f/8.0, 1/100 second, Kodak Portra 800
All photographs on this blog are licensed under a Creative Commons license meaning you are free to use them as long as Darin Barry is credited to the work. For more information follow this link. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.