52 Rolls Week 25:52

A little change up this week as promised.  We spent a Week in Montana at a B&W Photography/Printing workshop led by Nathan McCreery, and hosted by the Photographer’s Formulary.

Learned new things (like why I should use a spotmeter, why you should photograph at sunrise and sunset, what my best photographs say about me, film-base testing and that I’d like to have a Saunders Enlarger) and undid some bad, lazy habits…….and yes, developed my own film. Now I knew all of these things listed above, but no one ever truly made it all make sense to me.

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Near Holland Lake, Condon, Montana (The Big Sky Country).

More images coming soon from the workshop.  I have more film to develop and some printing to do.  They have a very comfortable bed and breakfast (because there is nowhere to stay close by) call the Bed Inn Breakfast @ Standing Rocks.  The food was excellent (to die for), which is a rarity in the Rocky Mountain west, where pioneer style cooking still prevails.

Tech Info: Mamiya 6X7 Rangefinder, 43mm wide angle lens, Kodak T-Max 400, film developer: Formulary’s FA-1027, exposure: (spotmeter) f/22 for 4 seconds. Printed for 5 seconds @ f/11; sky burned an additional 5 seconds.  Original print @ 8X10. A work in progress.

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4 thoughts on “52 Rolls Week 25:52

  1. Cool image K I am very pleased that you made some progress and glad I could help you. We really do try to make a system out of it so that everything works together. I am hoping to start doing some posting next week. I will be proofing, probably all weekend, then I get to the fun stuff.

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