2017 – Roll 51: Yorkshire Sculpture Park

A very brief trot around one of my favourite places with the ladies and a very expired roll of Velvia 100F. It was a dull, cloudy day and so the slide film struggled a bit, especially as I scanned them myself, and dislike the process at the best of times, let alone when colours are changing because of poor light.

But I got a couple of pictures that I like…

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Inside James Turrell’s Skyspace, one of my most favourite places on earth!

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By the time we were home, the sun was out, Emily was paddling and the Velvia could do its thing.


Gubbins:

Leica M6, 35mm Summicron-M ASPH, Fujifilm Velvia 100f (expired 2006), processed by AG Photolab and scanned badly by me.

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3 thoughts on “2017 – Roll 51: Yorkshire Sculpture Park

  1. Wonderful sculpture to photograph. An over cast day is a wonderful time to shoot objects that would be too contrasty under a clear sky. One trick is to frame your shot so that it doesn’t feature any sky. So more in close or use an unusual angle such as the last image.

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  2. Wow, what a cool place. After travel to the Azores it’s hard for me to gain inspiration from my home surroundings. I shot 4 rolls of Velvia 50, all I had was the small Voigtlander meter on my M3. I know Velvia is finicky. Rolls sent to the lab (too lazy to develop) and I hope at least a few are properly exposed. I love the image of the octopus. Fantastic sharpness in all of the images. They have the Velvia fingerprint through and through.

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