continuation of a small project when I photographed the same places 🙂📷🙃
- Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm, Kodak GB 200-7
- Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm,Ilford HP5 Plus
continuation of a small project when I photographed the same places 🙂📷🙃
It’s been an interesting week. The fogs started and the inversion put nature in a different mood. I tried to remember which places I had photographed the day before..🙂📷🙃
Color film in a medium format camera is always a big unknown for me. I don’t have a grid in the viewfinder, according to which I could know for 100% that everything I want to be in the photo will be in the photo. It’s very funny. Shooting from hand-held vertically is then a real experience. I hope you will like them 🙃📷🙂
Pentacon Six TL, Flektogon Zebra 50mm, Kodak GB 200-7, Tetenal
the opening photo is a classic… 35mm film in a medium format camera. When taking the second photo, I underestimated the speed of synchronization – I still like the photo. The third picture is a classic double exposure – my wife and a cup of coffee. Either she was coffee in a past life or she will be after reincarnation. Coffee and my wife are inseparable☕🙂🙃📷
To be, or not to be, that is the question….
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
And by opposing end them: to die, to sleep
Even a beginner mushroom picker can think in this way. To eat the mushroom or not to eat it. In this case it is the species Calvatia gigantea. Sometimes they grow in our garden and of course end up in the kitchen as a steak. It’s a delicacy. Unlike truffles, this mushroom can be eaten to your heart’s content. If the inside of the mushroom is white, I definitely recommend it to diversify the menu 🙂🙃📷🍽
Canon EOS 500N, STM Canon 1.8/50mm, Fujicolor C200 & Fujica ST901 Super-Takumar f 2,5/135mm, expired Fomapan N21 (1982),+1EV & Nikon D800, Nikkor 50mm(intro)
here, in Eden, summer is slowly coming to an end. There won’t be any more hay this year, and lambs in thicker sweaters are running across the sky. An apples are ripening in the garden and Eve is still jealous of Lilith…🙂🙃📷
Canon EOS 500N, STM Canon 1.8/50mm, Fujicolor C200 & Fujica ST901 Super-Takumar f 2,5/135mm, expired Fomapan N21 (1982),+1EV
And one negative film left the production line, which arrived at my home after forty years. I got it at a auction for about two bucks. He waited a week for a sunny day in the camera. Such old negatives are suitable to be used either with a flash or on sunny days.The result exceeded my expectations. A friendly couple of adventurers allowed me to photograph them and their horses. I was a little worried that this 40’s old negative film would disappoint and embarrass me. Neither the film nor my old Fujica failed. It was a chance encounter and I only had a 135mm lens(yes, the Takumar with the destroyed front lens) with me. In the second camera I had a color Fujifilm C200. Although again I am comparing the incomparable, the winner is clear. 40 year old film.
Fujica ST901 Super-Takumar f 2,5/135mm, expired Fomapan N21 (1982),+1EV, & Canon EOS 500N, STM Camon 1.8/50mm, Fujicolor C200 (swith to BW)
A few more photos from last week, which were not focused on the trip itself, but rather on the photography and photos itself 🙃🙂📷
It was foggy and rainy all weekend. This is a weather I don’t go to much. So I just walked past the table in our garden. In addition, F1 was on TV so I spent the day watching TV. Nevertheless, I aimed the lens at one cobweb in the morning. And in the evening, when I went to take out the trash can, I was attracted by the light of the streetlights in the fog…🙂🙃📷 I wish everyone a beautiful and sunny week🌞🤗
Nikon D800, MF Samyang 135mm + CZ MC Sonnar 180mm+adapter
So I finally managed to talk Jared into trying analog photography again. He is still afraid of messing it up. I told him that all he should do with the black and white photo is try to fill the area with what he is photographing. For cropping, some negative films are not suitable at all due to graininess. But otherwise let him take pictures of what he wants and how he wants. So, yesterday, at the windmill, he took analog photos for the second time in his life. I developed and scanned the film for him. The post-process in LR went quite well for him. The last photo was taken when I told him to take a picture of the landscape from a moving car with a longer shutter speed. After coloring(in Neural), it gave a hint of the photographer’s impressionism🙂🙃📷 I think he might enjoy the analog process…
Nikon F50, Sigma 2.8/ 17-35mm, Fomapan F400
…i found a declaration of love on the wall. I understand these forms of declaration. Even if they are in places where they shouldn’t be. But you can’t explain to oxytocin. Basically, I envy them… Have You a beautiful Saturday dears🌞💖
Contax 139Q, Yashica 50mm and Fomapan F400(# 35091022)
Today I thought of adding one photo to the collection of photos from our small airport. It’s just fun… but have you ever thought about what we leave behind for the future?
Pentacon Six TL, CZ f4/50mm Flektogon Zebra, Acros 100II and Contax 139Q, Yashica f2/50mm, Fomapan 400
Perhaps these two properties could not be photographed better.
P.S. Of course, the fish was immediately released back into the water
The term singularity brings to mind some hard-to-imagine event. So I will offer you one form of singularity. They’re just ordinary pictures again… but I was the master of time🙂🙃📷⏳
Nikon D800, Nikkor 1,4/50, Sigma 2.8/17-35mm
a few ordinary analog photos in the usual place.
Cast: Plums, tin bucket, Pentacon Six TL-80mm Biometar, Acros 100II, oil, Fujica ST901- SMC Takumar 55mm, Fujifilm C200
So this is the penultimate set of photos shoted on our hills. In winter, there is a normal layer of snow of around 1.5m…in places even 4m. Which I already experienced once in the garden at our house in 2004 🙂🙃📷
Nikon F50(Fomapan F400) and D800 with 14mm+17-35mm+50mm+135mm
Always (that is, at least most of the time) the entire negative is filled with images. At the beginning and at the end of it, there is always a piece of space where nothing could be photographed. So I made a smiley face on that piece with a marker. The following few photos are taken during a trip to the hills in our area🙂🙃📷
Nikon F50, Sigma f2.8/17-35mm, Nikkor f1,4/50mm, Fomapan F400
I put the old Praktica BCA camera through a thorough test again. Unfortunately, a tripod is needed when shooting with longer lenses. The unknown value of the shutter speed (in the viewfinder there is only something like a traffic light, which does not take into account the used focal length of the lens) was a counterproductive step. Yes, it was not a camera for professionals… nevertheless, an uncertain result could discourage a beginner from taking further pictures. Anyway, now I know how to use this camera.
Praktica BCA, Prakticar 50mm, CZJ 135mm, Praktikar teleconverter 2x, Fomapan F400
Everything in the world has its origin…its roots. Although my ancestral roots are in other places, mine are here. I’m from the hills. I’m a Highlander.
Nikon D800, Sigma AF f2,8/17-35mm, ND filters
It was beautiful there. No ice cream, no wifi, no internet. This is what our short trip to beautiful nature looked like. Before I develop the films and find out what I took, I’ll bore you with the photos I took with a Nikon DSLR and four lenses. I estimate about 400 total acceptable images. And don’t worry… I’m not going to put them all here at once 🙂🙃📷