Archive For The “miscellaneous” Category
Shot on KODAK TRI-X at EI 800, developed in HC-110 dilution B for 11 minutes. Agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds. Camera: PENTAX MZ-S ISO: 800
Forget about close-up filters, bellows is the way to go! Mount the lens in reverse to get even closer. Aperture: ƒ/2 Camera: HUAWEI VNS-L31 Focal length: 3.8mm ISO: 640 Shutter speed: 1/20s
The photo shows it with my SMC Pentax-M f/2.8 40mm lens mounted. A super camera! If you got one, use it! Aperture: ƒ/2 Camera: HUAWEI VNS-L31 Focal length: 3.8mm ISO: 320 Shutter speed: 1/25s
No chimping, can you use it? Shooting this photo on January 1st.
First thing first! Aperture: ƒ/2 Camera: HUAWEI VNS-L31 Focal length: 3.8mm ISO: 1000 Shutter speed: 1/15s
Must be the moustache, but I was reminded of the Buddy Christ in the film Dogma. Shot on Kodak TRI-X film at EI 800, developed in HC-110 dilution B for 10 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds Camera: PENTAX ME Super Focal length: 50mm ISO: 800
Picked up a “new” camera with lens for a song, always wanted one of these. The camera is almost like new, the previous owner must have barely used it. Lucky!! I bought a Pentax ME when it first came out with an SMC Pentax 50mm f/1.7 M lens but that camera is permanently operating in…
Shot on Kodak TRI-X film at EI 800, developed in HC-110 dilution B for 11 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds Aperture: ƒ/2.8 Camera: PENTAX MZ-S Focal length: 28mm ISO: 800 Shutter speed: 1/6s
We were at Taiyo-ji temple for a great temple stay (shukubo) for the second time in a few years and I liked the symmetry of the old phone they had on the wall. Shot on KODAK TRI-X film at EI 400, developed in HC-110 dilution H for 11 minutes. Agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds….
Aperture: ƒ/5.6 Camera: PENTAX K20D Flash fired: no Focal length: 20mm ISO: 3200 Shutter speed: 1/45s
The ever continuing hunt for souvenirs to bring back to the folk at home or at the office who were lucky enough to stay at home, it’s an immense industry in Japan. Seen at Chichibu Seibu Station. Fujichrome Velvia RVP100F Camera: PENTAX 645NII ISO: 100
The last few rolls of ADOX CHS 100 ART film that I used turned out to be very spotty, I ruled out the chemicals as I use one-shot developer and fixer and I use the same chemicals and de-ionized water for all films which turn out to be fine. Anyhow, I have been thinking about…
A pretty weird cloud over Luxembourg, even made the local newspapers but I like my photo better. The cloud caught the last rays of the setting sun and showed some amazing colours, changing very quickly. Aperture: ƒ/5.6 Camera: PENTAX *ist DS Flash fired: no Focal length: 50mm ISO: 400 Shutter speed: 1/125s