January 16 2016 4×5 film project

posted in: A 4x5 sheet film a day!, Film | 0

January 16 2016 4×5 film project

January 16 2016 4×5 film project

I’m not really sure why I was so drawn to taking this photo. I look at this light almost everyday. I like it’s shape. In color the photo looks better but the black and white photo does little for me. I’ll have to try and give it another go and try and capture what I envision better. I took to shots a stop apart. I had hoped for more grays. Not sure if I missed metered or if the film is just to old. I’m starting to used other old film so this lot of sheet film I have been using is almost done. I’m glad to move on. I do have some really interesting film coming. I hope it works out better then this lot.

January 16 2016 4x5 film project
January 16 2016 4×5 film project

4:48 pm

I took this photo with a Linhof field camera.

F11 at 8 seconds counting ISO 100 Film used expired

Film Sheet Holder #18 Side A

Light meter

Xenar 1:4.5/150 lens made by Schneider-Kreuznach . I used a tripod and cable release.

 

I took these photos in Woodinville and then processed them in Shoreline. I used a Yankee tank and Kodak D-76 straight mix for 11 minutes. Scanned the negatives on a Epson v800 flat bed scanner.

January 16 2016 4x5 film project
January 16 2016 4×5 film project

 

 

4:48 pm

 

I took this photo with a Linhof field camera.

F11 at 4 seconds counting ISO 100 Film used expired

Film Sheet Holder #18 Side B

Light meter

Xenar 1:4.5/150 lens made by Schneider-Kreuznach . I used a tripod and cable release.

 

I took these photos in Woodinville and then processed them in Shoreline. I used a Yankee tank and Kodak D-76 straight mix for 11 minutes. Scanned the negatives on a Epson v800 flat bed scanner.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *