(Talented, yet temperamental).
Nokton 40 SC shot on Tri X at ISO 800.
Taken with the “old camera” today on Tri-X 400.
This was sort of how we spent our afternoon: running around the house with no clothes on, and putting on our necklaces.
(Well…some of us, anyway).
Turns out the rangefinder was a bit out, and needed some tweaking at infinity–Focus now seems a bit more precise. (These are all at f/1.4)
The last is a reprisal of the “Architectural” series, but of course looks better, as it is on film.
Have a great weekend,
I’m not sure what the evening routine looks like at your place…but around here, things can get a little chaotic.
Fuji Neopan Acros 100 on the Mamiya 7II and 150mm lens with Metz flash (whew–mouthful!)
Developed in Tmax.
Posted here because there is NO DUST!!!
(In Dirtmonton, that is revolutionary).
My good friend Greg found these Kinetronics StaticVac things for sale at like 15% of retail (no, not off retail–actually of retail!!). Apparently they are used by professional film labs pre-scanning.
I must admit, I was a bigtime skeptic…but they actually WORK!!
It is a MF scanning breakthrough.