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Dancers in the fog

This year we visited the same area in the Vosges as last year. I like doing that, being able to visit the same places again under different circumstances. The old mirabelle trees that I photographed last year were still there and this year I visited the location in a thick fog.

ROLLEI PAN 25 @ EI 25; developed in HC-110 dilution G for 22 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds ROLLEI PAN 25 @ EI 25; developed in HC-110 dilution G for 22 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds

The fog isolated the trees completely from the background and made the trees appear like ballet dancers.

I shot this on Rollei PAN 25 film, I have no idea if this film is identical to ADOX PAN 25 film. I always assumed so but the Rollei film curled a lot more than the ADOX film so I have my doubts now.

I did get a better exposure now that I’m using my Seconic L-758D meter (spotmetered) instead of the Seconic L-308S Flashmate that I used last time. The TTL meter was suggesting all kinds of under- or overexposures so using that would have been useless in this situation.

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