This a similar shot to the first in this series. This time a little closer and the branch coming in from the left. I’m not sure which I like best so I’ll let you the viewer decide. Leave a comment and let me know.
I was asked to take a couple of shots of some colleagues on one of their annual outings with the Norsk Tempo Klubb
The Tempo is a Norwegian moped from around the 60’s.
This shot (my personal favourite from this quick shoot)was taken using my 1958 Yashica-C TLR from the same period as the mopeds (And some of the owners) What supprised me was the amount Of fine detail there is in this shot. The film I used was Kodak T-max 100 asa which I developed in Caffenol -C with a reduced soda recipe using only 40g per litre instead of 54g. for 14mins at 20℃. The negatives were scanned on my Epson V700 using Silverfast SW.
I’m planning a page to explain for beginners how to use Caffenol. There are many fine sites on the web but this will be a basic “How I did it” article. So stay tuned