B&W red filter 090 …

It certainly didn’t occur to anyone at the time that they would ever edit photos on computers. Photographers used color filters on their lenses. Nowadays, it is enough to move the gradation of any color in any editor. However, sometimes try attaching a color filter to the lens… You darken green, blue, and red on black-and-white negatives. You will get a contrasting post-apocalyptic atmosphere on the color negative.

Pentacon Six, Sonnar 180mm, BW red filter 090, Kodak Portra 160, C41

in the spotlight …

and not as focused as DSLR shooting. But I don’t see as well anymore. This is what my world looks like, it’s not very focused and it has a shallow depth of field.

Pentacon Six, Biometar & Sonnar, Cinestill 800Tungsten, C41

another brick in the wall …

Pentacon six does not allow you to take a multi-exposure in any other way than to record what you shot on which field. After the first photo shoot, you have to rewind the scroll by hand again in complete darkness and you can take pictures again. The film shift may be slightly different from the first exposure. Even on this scroll, not everything was 100% OK, but a few pictures succeeded.

TV on the wall 😁Pentacon Six, 80mm Biometar, Cinestill 800Tungsten, C41, double exposure -1EV

Pink Floyd – Another bring in the wall