Taking a picture of a sparrow with a 135mm manual lens from ten meters is stupid. Sparrows made fun of me all day. I didn’t give my leather cheap today, but the result is depressing. Sparrows vs. Mic – 10: 0 😁
Some time ago I bought really older negatives and among them the reverse(positive) films Fomapan R21. It’s the kind of material that allowed us to project diapositives. It was a beautiful time when a few people gathered and they could see the photos and talk about them, for example with the wine . The magic was in the screening. Some of you may still remember that awful feeling when you came somewhere to visit, where you were forced to view hundreds of 10 x 15 cm photos. They forced you to take those photos over the edge so as not to get them too dirty. And they checked to see if you were really looking at them. Viewing the projected diapositives was like being in a movie theater. The following photos were taken during this year’s Christmas carp purchase for the R21 reverse film made in March 1984.
When I was buying equipment for the studio, I thought of buying a mannequin. Thanks to she, it is possible to have a light ready even in a relatively small photo studio. When I then looked at it all, it occurred to me that even the production of an ordinary mannequin must have preceded its development. It’s an incredibly cool calculation of beauty… And because she’s not alive, I added her to the Mix of .. gallery.
after a week in the darkroom, i had to take a picture of my DSLR Nikon yesterday. I already felt sorry for him …. The picture is taken almost in the dark at ISO 50, with an aperture of 2.8 and a shutter speed of 1 s. Of course from a tripod. The shadows are caused by a multi-arm lamp at the other end of the room.