Taken in October, this was a grab shot while photographing some of the interesting tombstones in an old Connecticut graveyard. Tri-X 400 rated @ 1600, developed in HC110 Dil B, 20C for 16 minutes.
Categories: "Landscape Photography"
Another take on the scene that I posted a few days ago. This was taken at the same time but at the start of a new roll of film - so it took another couple of days to shoot out the new roll and develop it:
I move the camera a little but mostly switched to a wider lens. Taken with a Pentax Mz-S, SMC F 28mm f2.8, on Arista Ultra Edu 200. I accidently exposed this at ISO 100 instead of 200, developed in Microdol X 1+1 for 9 minutes.
Yesterday (August 12) in the Allegan Forest. A heavy rain came down a hour or so before I arrived and a faint mist was rising in the heat. I have probably passed this spot a thousand times without noticing it, but this time I finally saw it.
Taken on Arista 200 rated @ 200 and developed in Microdol-X, 1+1, 9 min @ 20C.
More fun with film and sunlight in the dense woods...
Pentax 6x7, SMC Takumar 105mm f2.4, Agfa APX 100 in Rodinal 1:25.
Allegan Forest earlier this week - Pentax 6x7 with 105 f2.4 SMC Takumar, Agfa APX 100 in Rodinal 1+25. The large stock of APX 100 & 400 that I bought in 2005 is just about gone...
So it's summer again and I'm back into the forest - looking for the deep spots where rays of light filter in through the foliage.
Shot on Ultrafine Xtreme 400 B&W film, developed in D76 straight. Green X1 filter on the lens.
The shelf cloud of a fast moving thunderstorm, photographed yesterday in a restored oak savanna in the Allegan forest. The storm rolled in quickly and the downpour was not far behind this cloud.
Pentax Mz-S, DA 40mm f.28 XS pancake lens, Ultrafine Xtreme 400 film rated at 400 and developed in D76 1:1.
Another infrared tree from South Carolina last month:
Taken in Magnolia Gardens.