Pushed 2 stops and still under exposed. Shows off the detail in the Tiffany ceiling.
Ilford Delta 100 @ ISO 400 in Rodinal 1:25
4x5 Ilford Delta 100 developed in Rodinal 1:25
From the US Route 20 Project
Creek In The Fen
So I went back to the fen and reshot the scene that I double exposed being a bit more careful as to which film holder was in the camera. It was shot from exactly the same spot (the grass was still a bit trampled from my last visit) but the sky was a little flatter. I figured since the contrast was high, I would develop these +1 and I think it was the right decision.
Since this stupid site doesn't carry over tags, this is a 4x5 film shot made on Ilford Delta 100. Camera was a wooden Deardorff. Lens was a Nikon 150mm f/5.6.
Meanwhile, Back At The Fen
I took my friend's wooden Deardorf out to the fen the other day. It has more movements than my Wista but it is huge and definitely takes some getting used to.
I was shooting Ilford Delta 100 with a Nikon 150mm f/5.6, normal lens.
Didn't exactly nail the focus on this but it's sharp, mostly. ;)
End of the line with trains waiting to go on Monday.
I took my Nikon out to see if it still works. I can't resist messing with digital images a little. I know, it's such a cheap trick. ;)
A Horse Of The Usual Color
There was a brisk trade in carriage rides at the Water Tower.
Visiting Old Friends
Still my favorite IPA on the planet. It was so nice to visit Emmett's again. And no one seemed to mind my tripod. This was on the edge. Wide open at f/5.6 and just scraped by at 1 second. A little bellows factor as I was so close.
Spring In The Fen
Shot a few sheets of film in the fen behind Bluff City cemetery the other day.
I love large format photography :)