A series of my favourite tree photographs shot (mostly) on large-format film and a variety of different film stocks for different atmospheres.  Velvia 50 and black&white can produce moody contrast; Portra 160 colour negative film can produce light ethereality, and I hope to try my luck with more of the latter to balance out the saturated look that Velvia naturally produces.

Beech Tree, Stone Circle, Arran - Isle of Bute, Scotland 

(Portra 160 10x8, Rodenstock Apo-Sironar S 240)

Tumulus and Beech Trees, Wiltshire Ridgeway

(Hasselblad 500C/M Classic, 40mm CF Distagon FLE, Ilford Delta 400)

Sweet Chestnut, Rowsley, Derbyshire (2016) 

(Delta 100 5x4, Nikkor-SW 75)

Sweet Chestnut, Rowsley, Derbyshire (2021) 

(Portra 160 10x8, Nikkor-SW 150)

Intimate Snowdonia 

(5x4, Velvia 50, Nikkor-M 300)

Blenheim Oak, Oxfordshire 

(10x8, FP4+, Nikkor-SW 150)

Tumulus and Beech Trees, Wiltshire Ridgeway

(Hasselblad 500C/M Classic, 40mm CF Distagon FLE, Ilford Delta 400)

Oak, Birch, Bracken, Shade, Stanton Moor 

(5x4 Velvia 50, Schneider Apo-Symmar MC 150)

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