be old tree …

As I wrote in a previous post, I used up all the available pictures on a huge old tree by the road. This negative film was the color … but I just enjoy black and white….

Contax 139Q, Yashica 50mm, full analog process, switch to monochrome

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wow….

Today, on the way back from the business meeting, I noticed one tree. I’ve traveled this route a thousand times and I’ve only noticed him today. Again … WOW. The last shot was available in Leica. About a third of the film remained in the second camera with a color negative. It was such a beautiful light and I cursed that I just set off without spare negatives.Now I have to dry the color negative quickly so I can look at it again….

Leica R7 VE-28-70mm, Fomapan 400 profiline, Full analog process

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Large format

Magnola 13 x 18, ISO 100, exp. 1/10, f5,6 Full analog Pull process Kodak T-max. Because I don’t have a magnificer for such large negatives at home, I scanned the board in parts and then merged the parts in Lightroom. I took other pictures on large format FKD, but the negatives are still in the process. I probably fell in love with the big format 😁.

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My friend Jan, the same photography enthusiast as I did, did not forget to take my picture during this godly activity😁😁😁.

diagnosis: Photographer …

Those who suffer from this diagnosis certainly understand me. From time to time I buy old, sometimes very old negative films in the bazaar. The reason is simple. With such material, you never have a chance to enter the same river twice. You even have a no chance to know what river you’re entering. You will find out everything only after the process of developing the negative is completed. The following pictures were taken on a negative from 1989. It still responds quite well to light, even though I already knew that I had to take pictures with an overexposure of at least 3 EV. I have the oldest such negatives from 1974. But I will wait with them until a really sunny day and a good idea.

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