Low light and,low shutter speed =blur
Rollei RPX400 @400
Adox adonal 8 mins at 20 ℃
My son was appearing in a local theatre play based on the local history of an old iron works.The play “Magdalene og Verket” – Året 1777.” is still being developed and we only saw what is highlights .The whole play will be finished hopefully in 2014.
Just before the actors took the stage it began to rain. Which suited the first scene as it was a funeral procession.The rain then stopped . It could not have been planned better.
I took my MP along loaded with Rollei RPX400 I shot at 400iso and developed the film for 8 mins in Adox Adonal 1+25. I scanned the negatives on my Epson V700 using Silverfast SW.
Todays shot: This I shot on my trusty F4s with my Nikkor 20mm.
The film I used was Rollei RPX400 which is new to me. I used Caffenol C-L Semi-stand for 55mins with gentle inversions at 2,4,8,16 and,32 mins. Which gave a much better result than the 70mins I tried before(Thanks Eirik) .
This shot is my fav of the day so far. I just love the way the tree has grown through the car. The Car looks quite sad as if it’s pleading for help to remove it .
Have a great weekend :0)
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