All with Nikon FE2, mostly 28mm f/1.8 but some are 50mm f/1.8
I took the Exa to the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg with a roll of 3M Scotch 100 color film.
Whoever was my S.S., thanks!
Got a few rolls from the past few months developed. Some F1, Indy and nature stuff. All taken with a Nikon F4S and various films of which I forgot to note down.
Interesting siting on the way home. A York Sightseeing bus in the suburbs of Atlanta. My money was that it was being used for filming.
I’m ecstatic this picture came out as well as it did. I saw Montoya coming towards me and just did my best to get the picture in focus with no time to fiddle with settings. Taken at the Indy Car race at Pocono.
Just finished watching Luc Besson’s The Big Blue(1988). Good movie.
Got one roll each of Cinestill 50 and Agfa 200 developed the other day. Here are a few from each. All taken with a Nikon F4S.
As posted last night, I did a photo shoot with Cherry_man1's Gran Torino. Anyway, I processed the other roll with pictures, and got it scanned in.
Cherry_man1 was kind enough to indulge my film-induced whim to shoot his Gran Torino. These aren’t anywhere near all the shots I got, but these were the last few on a roll of Kodak Vision 50D that I ran through, before switching to Portra 160. (That roll is currently sitting in a lightproof tank, waiting on yours…
First bunch are from a roll of Ilford HP5 400.
I drove out to Houston and shot another roll of some pretty stunning Art Deco cars and Motorcycles at the MFAH. (All images Tri-X pushed to 800)
Got a whole bunch of film developed from various cameras. I’ll start with some pictures from the F2 my father gave me that hadn’t been used in the better part of 20 years. The meter is inoperable but otherwise it works!
And I must say, there is something about it that can’t be replicated with a DSLR. All shots were taken with a Nikon F100 and 50mm 1.8 AF.
That’s my 240D shot with a Uniflex 1 that belonged to my grandmother. This is from the first roll of film shot through that camera since probably the early 70’s.
There is a new trailer for SPECTRE, the upcoming Bond film, and it seems the quartermaster has been very busy arranging all sorts of vehicles for scenes from Mexico to Morocco, including planes, trains, and (mostly British) automobiles. Here is a handy breakdown with plenty of pretty pictures.
Get ready for the fall of men’s civilization and the birth of a new one by females.
Believe it or not, the James Bond movies have been around for just about fifty years now, spanning 23 films. Global Watch Shop has an nifty guide to all of the tactile gadgets of the British spy presented in the only way people view facts on the internet - an infographic!