Our good friend, Noah Bernstein-Hanley, who’s also the main copywriter for Nueva Forma, recently dropped off a roll of lomography film to us. He shot this particular roll with us during one of our late-night photo excursions at the PDX international airport. Saying that these photos are visually captivating would be an understatement. I was so inspired by this set that he shot that I just had to share it.
Besides the push-processing that was done to the film, what you’re seeing is straight from the camera (which is a Canon AE-1 35mm). There was no post production added to the images (beside the obvious resizing). Knowing that made me love this set even more, especially knowing that it was shot using lomography’s film.
I’m also really into the composition that Noah managed to capture. It’s hard to pick out one over another as a particular favorite, but if I had to, I’d say the shot of the cars spiraling down in the parking garage really does it for me. The combination of the colors (the purple and grayish brown, with the subtle red from the tail lights), along with the organic architecture really help bring the entire shot together. Although, those shots of the air traffic control tower are pretty boss as well.
Thanks again for sharing these with us, Noah. Looking forward to what you capture during our next photo excursion.