Hazel Leaf By Hasselblad, a photo by Davidap2009 on Flickr.
A Linguistic bit of fun A Hassel blad by a Hasselblad. My wife had put so hazel twigs in a jar of water and they sprouted tiny leaves I took this shot in window light using the Carl Zeiss 80mm FE with all three of my extension tubes attached. I used a fav film Rollei 80s and stand developed it in Caffenol for 50 mins at 20℃ with agitation for only the first minute and then left to rest in a water bath for 49mins.
Here’s the Recipe
Washing soda (Stabil) 16gr/l
Vitamin C (Santa maria) 10 gr/l
Potassium Bromide 1gr/l
Instant Coffee 40gr/l
Inversions for the 1st minute and then left to stand for 49mins
Stop and fix as usual
More details on Caffenol here
3 thoughts on “Hazel Leaf By Hasselblad”
Excellent and beautiful work David! I’ve been lazy shooting digital, but this inspires me to get out my Hasselblad! Hopefully, I’ll have some shots to share in the coming months. This is great, thanks!
I look forwards to seeing them. Judging by the other shots on your blog they will be worth the wait.
Thanks for your kind comments, I appreciate it!