It is the equinox, the hills are getting snow, and the last of the summer colour is going. Robyn has harvested the apples from the garden. We have lit our first fire for 2018. And I managed to get some of the last of the garden beauty, between showers.
Only two photos… the gallery (tiled at large size) will link to the big files. Which are 28MB or so, despite being taken with a 16 MP OM-10.
As the weather gets worse, there will be more analogue. I have film from summer to develop and scan.
There are two colloquial words that are regional in New Zealand. In the north island, a “bach” is a holiday home, generally simple, small and plain, and somewhat scenic. In the photo shoot I have a ruined bach. In the south island they are called cribs.
And they are dying, beucase the scenic areas now have subdivisions. This one is between two subdivisions, and will soon be no more.
Photos taken with Nikon one and Olympus OM-10 mark II. Processed in Darktable.
New 55. who made polaroid film with a negative , has ceased business. I found this out as i was about to find some of their R5 developer, which I used last. It made developing medium film easy. I will not be able to get the film. I may be able to get the developer.
For background, the “Pod Crisis” originated in summer-2017. It was very inconveniently timed during a crowdfunding campaign which had to be cancelled. The contemporaneous account is in the announcement made then on Kickstarter.
New55 is over. Famous Format (http://famousformat.com) will have what remains of stocks beginning mid-January. Monobath will be available then, too.
I would like to do a book. What do you think?
Yes, I have shot analogue and monochrome. Since Film Soup basically stopped, it has been hard to develop, and in the last year I have not had time to set up a darkroom.
Though I do have a shed, it does not have running water and is not lined. Or light tight.
In the meantime, I have managed to (use saved points) to acquire an AOC 4k screen. I chose this because it comes with the screen calibrated in the factory,
And it is huge. A screenshot is 5 MB: I have to reduce the photos to get them posted.
More importantly, the colours are accurate. This gives me more confidence with wildlife and (the very little) portraiture I do: it will help when I start scanning the New55 film I have kept.
And there is a little to share. To give you a hint, after I took this with the cellphone I went and got DLSR with a wide angle lens.