chromaticwatch: Dayv MatttBack in the Capri-Sun scented halcyon days of Pokémon and PaRappa, Dayv Mattt was diving through the midnight sounds of drum-and-bass, limpid against the reflective faces of impassioned revelers in Toronto’s jungle scene, and capturing it all in shots dancing with his characteristic shiny blacks and glowing brights. Be sure to check out more of his transportational ...
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enjoying that club book man, taking it my time with it, there's so much energy in those shots. what film speed were you shooting if i may ask?BLOG.DAYVMATTT
For the most part, I used tmax 400 pushed to 1600. When I started shooting parties and before I had a flash, I was using neopan 1600, but that shit was pricey.
Goodbye Amsterdam. You were a very pleasant place to visit.
That dog was giving me serious crook eye. TOPTOP
Public Shaming: This is my new favourite site on the interwebs. It’s good and bad though. It both makes me feel smarter after reading it, but leaves me feeling so utterly depressed that society is the way it is.
Buy my new book of photography about the Toronto Jungle Scene! See what my shit was like when I shot film and developed negs/prints in my basement. oldschool jungle, oldschool photography.