Week 33:Slide in the City

Week 31 & Week 32 got skipped, for a few reasons.  But last week to make the most of the last days of summer, I thought I would try some more slide film namely Provia 100f. The results are not quite as good as last time, I guess because the light was not quite as…

Roll 3/52 Portra 400 pushed 800 on Mamiya 645 Super

In a haste to get acquainted with the new addition to the burgeoning family of cameras, the Mamiya 645 super was taken out with a roll of Portra 400 on an overcast but bright day. No internal meter, inverted waist level finder, unfamiliar buttons and being exclusive to 35mm until now; the sheer size handheld, made…

Week 36.2 A short excursion into colour

I like black and white. It has been interesting experience this last year-and-half to shoot all those rolls of film only in black and white. That experience, coupled with using mostly a standard 50mm lens (with occasional risky forays in to 35mm focal lengths, as we will see next week!) really does help you to…

Week 36: 9/11 at Kennesaw Mountain

For anyone who has followed my posts at all, you will see that I live in Atlanta Georgia in the United States.  The South has a number of important places that remember a very dark time in our countries history that nearly tore our country apart but, in the end made us the nation we…

Week 35: The Voigtländer incident

One of my goals in this project is to use all of the film cameras that I have either acquired or were given to me.  One of the last “classics” on the list is a Voigtländer Vito C given to me by my neighbor.  It is a beautiful camera made is West Germany sometime in the…

Week #36 Tillamook OR Real Estate

I exposed, developed and printed this foto during week 36 of 2016. It was a late morning summer day east of Tillamook, Oregon, near highway 6.  Ilford HP5  Developed in Rodinal, Printed on Ilford Matt Fiber Paper. Hassleblad 500CM + 80mm Planar.

Week #35 Tillamook OR Real Estate

I exposed, developed and printed this foto during week 35 of 2016. It was an afternoon summer day south of Tillamook, Oregon, near the Air Museum a few miles from my house.  Ilford HP5  Developed in Rodinal, Printed on Ilford Matt Fiber Paper. Hassleblad 500CM + 80mm Planar.