All with Nikon FE2, mostly 28mm f/1.8 but some are 50mm f/1.8
I was able to get reacquainted with the darkroom over the weekend.
I took the Exa to the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg with a roll of 3M Scotch 100 color film.
This is the roll of Fuji Neopan 100 Acros that was shot in the Exa. I pushed it to 400, kind-of.
I got the negative scans back for the three rolls of film I shot recently. This is the first of those rolls.
I have a chance to snag this for half price.
Canon AE-1, 50mm f/1.4, Kodak Portra 400.
I sent the first roll from the Exa off and the scans were done today. I also sent off the mystery roll from the Yashica. Sadly, the Yashica roll didn’t have anything on it. I was pretty sure it was completely used, but maybe it got loaded but never exposed. Or maybe after 35 years, it was just undevelopable. The…
Hey everybody! I’m excited to have found and been welcomed into this little corner of the Kinjaverse. Given the new year and the fact that I’m packing to move into my first house with actual space for a studio and darkroom I started thinking about photos that I want to try taking over the next year. The subjects are…
Got a few rolls from the past few months developed. Some F1, Indy and nature stuff. All taken with a Nikon F4S and various films of which I forgot to note down.
Trying to get the hang of scanning my film as flat as I can to get as much information as possible from the negative, then editing it back to a good look. On the right is how my shot looked coming right from how my scanner wanted to process it. At the left is how it looked after I scanned it as flat as possible to…
A few months back I managed to basically trade some old lenses I got for free and wasn’t using for ten rolls of good film. I shot them mostly side-by-side with digital and think I expected too much of them. They were fun and low-contrast, but never as clear or as professional as the shots I got on my digital camera.…
I’m ecstatic this picture came out as well as it did. I saw Montoya coming towards me and just did my best to get the picture in focus with no time to fiddle with settings. Taken at the Indy Car race at Pocono.
Killed a couple rolls of film at the lat drift weekend I went to and tried some pans, which I normally reserve for digital given their high blurry-to-sharp ratio. But I lucked out on a few! I’m a big fan of this one, though I do need to make sure my room is a bit less dusty for my scanner.
Got one roll each of Cinestill 50 and Agfa 200 developed the other day. Here are a few from each. All taken with a Nikon F4S.
Last weekend, I shot a couple rolls of the most expensive film I’ve bought, Fujifilm Pro400H. I was so happy! Climbing a mountain, shooting film, it was great. I loved the pictures exactly as they came looking out of my little scanner. Well, until I started looking at all my other photos.
The first roll of film I used to try my hand at some intentional multiple exposures turned out blank. The second one ended up with the pictures not exactly lined up over each other.