These were taken with a D800 using a 75 f2 Nikkor over last week and processed last wednesday into fairly large 16 bit .png files using darktable. This weekend, however, I used a cellphone, and three photos were autoprocessed by Google and the results are here.
We were pushing the cameras about as far as you can go without using a tripod — in a place where you cannot use tripods! At this time the Albatross chicks are grown to adult size but have not developed their wing feathers or the musculature that allows them to fly. 16 bit png files, … Continue reading Tairoa Heads, Winter.
This is from the June Analog files: Leica M6, 35 mm Voightlander. The files are foll size (and yes, there are surfers in most of these photos). Let’s just say that the surfers were wearing their winter wetsuits.
Leica M6, 35 mm Lens, and the second snowfall of winter. Photos transcribed from .tiff scans (done at Film Soup) in Shotwell, and are full size jpegs.
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.