Spring and Velvia 50 go together like fish-n-chips. Again I took out the Vermeer Panoramic Pinhole, which has a curved film plane and a f-stop of 300. Along with the Velvia 50, I had a 0.9 neutral density filter (3 stop) in front of the pinhole, which resulted in exposures in 3:30 range.
Location is near Chelsea Green in my current city, Norwich CT. Norwich Free Academy (our local high school. Yes, it looks like a small college campus), Chelsea Green, and some budding dogwoods.
As mentioned with the previous post, I developed this using an Arista E-6 kit, which was the first time using E-6 chems at home. Very satisfying to see these come out of the developing tank. I mean wow, the colors *drool*.
One thing I am learning with this camera is I can get a lot closer than I think. One of the shots showing an overview of the Chelsea Parade area is just…meh, can’t see much of detail because I was so far away from everything.
The other thing that was rockin though is the shots with the roads. There were a LOT of cars zooming by, but none showed up with the long exposures. Another bonus for the pinhole.