Lucky Roll Thirteen

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These are purposefully quite dark and grainy–aggressively agitated to get a bit of a gritty look.

The light was quite flat and unrewarding, but the sky was interesting.

Anyway, these take me back to where it all began–same playground, same lens.

There are more formal portraits from this roll, but I’m not allowed to share them yet…

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Anyway, thanks for looking–I hope you enjoy.

-M.

4 thoughts on “Lucky Roll Thirteen

  1. Prosophos says:

    Another keeper set of images Mark. Most of the time, I try to pick one or two photographs as my favourites, but then end up deciding I like them all for different reasons!

    “Where it all began”, eh? …Wow, it seems like yesterday, and it simultaneously seems like a long time ago. I am so happy you capably picked up the torch for film… it has given me endless joy to watch you continually perfect the art. Your art.

    β€”Peter.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Peter,

      “Yes, it seems like yesterday… but it was the day before yesterday.”

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      In the meantime, I can’t believe how the kids have changed and grown!

      Thanks for your comments and support.

      -M.

  2. Jason Timmis says:

    Hi Mark,
    Once again you have shown you have the process and final images down nicely. I think I like this lens as much as the 50 ‘Lux – a great combo with the film and the compositions.

    I had good chance to break in my new 35 FLE last w/e chasing around my wife’s nephew at our Sunday brunch. Aside from the torture test of chasing a 1.75 year old around with a rangefinder I was happy with the results. I think the lens will be a keeper πŸ˜‰

    Regards.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Jason,

      Thanks so much–I appreciate your feedback. Generally speaking, I am more of a 50mm shooter, but recently have a renewed interest in the 35mm focal length. I’d be interested in your thoughts on the FLE.

      Best regards, M.

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