It was 35 celsius. There was no air conditioning. I got the camera out, did some street shooting, and then got bored and started doing hand held long exposures. With an OM-10. To be fair to the camera, I was pushing it beyond design limitations and should have pulled out a tripod. Processed in Lightroom.
I was in Oxford for a Network Meta analysis meeting. There are a few rolls of medium format to be developed. OM-10, using primarily a 75 mm Zuiko lens. Processed in Lightroom.
This is more documentary than anything else. These dunes are about half the size they were, and the sea is eroding them further. The suburb behind them is below sea level. And there is a debate on what to be done. The Pro Photographer and I agree on one thing: a number of suburbs neither … Continue reading Dune Damage, St Kilda
Olumpus OM-10, using a Sigma ART lens, on Wednesday (when the Dawn was this red) and today (the Pro Photographer shooting me wrestling with a Bronica Medium format camera). Processed in Rawtherapee. And I leave the power lines around my home in…
Both these photos are urban. Both these photos are analog, shot with the same camera. bur one is an airpot and Auckland: the other is an aviary and Dunedin. Both ar cross coded to PNG, but are very large files. Processes by Reatha at Film Soup.
I am still going through the photos from Venice. Here is some TriX, mainly from the street, and this will be part of a series.
On the first day in Venice I got lost. Completely. I ended up across a canal from where gondolas are made and repaired. Voightlander Bessa R, 28 mm LTM Voightlander f 1.8, Processed by Film Soup and downsized in Shotwell.
I’m playing a bit with posting. This is using the WordPress.com interface rather than the self hosted system. I have got back from Reatha all the black and white and C-41 film she developed. Most of the time in Venice I was street shooting, or trying to find quiet areas. Reatha has just got a … Continue reading More analog, Venice.
Venice is as much about the people as the architecture. Bessa R, Voightlander 28 mm f1.4 lens, Ektar, processed and scanned by Reatha at Film Soup. Reatha deserves credit, because she spent a considerable amount of time in the scanning room getting this one right.
I was in Oamaru this afternoon and we attended the steampunk “museum”. At this point the OM-10 I had bought had died and you really don’t want to take a Bronica and Tripod won’t work. So I was using my HTC cellphone. Photos processed (from Jpeg) in google photo. Sometime the best camera is the … Continue reading A cellphone meets steampunk.