Posted on August 11, 2020
Posted on August 5, 2020
Well gosh, I’d forgotten all about this roll of Kentmere 400 B&W film. Most of it comes from an afternoon out walking with a photographer friend in June–the rest is from at home, and home away from home. I really like the way this roll turned out. I think I’m getting a lot closer to finding contrast and definition in the development process. I’m not wanting for great subject material around me. I just have to make sure I’m packing my camera.
Posted on August 1, 2020
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve got some really nice shots, I think. A quick trip to Toronto to visit Daughter and her fella, and then back in the Mile End trouncing around, taking pics of everyone and everything. I didn’t feel like putting up separate posts for each different roll of film, so here they are, all scrunched together. The grainy ones are Berlin, the more clear ones are probably Pan F.
As I started developing these, I walked away to do something quickly and just forgot that I was developing film. So they went a lot longer than they should have without being agitated, but it seems as though they turned out quite nicely despite that. I really like the contrast I got in the pics from everyone’s favourite bakery, Cocoa Locale, and the little puppy in the park looks really lovely. Wish I could find those folks who were training the puppy that day and give them this pic.
Posted on July 21, 2020
Some shots with Berlin 400 by Lomography. From their website:
Inspired by the New German Cinema sweeping through Berlin in the 1960s, our original Berlin Kino Film emulsion was an utter blockbuster. However, as German cinema evolved through time, adapting to meet the innovatory spirit of its founding fathers, so did our film formula. Refined and brimming with greater artistic control, the Berlin Kino B&W 400 2019 Formula will allow you to capture moments of your life in an eternalized enchanting monochrome.
Looking forward to shooting more with this film. Lots to enjoy here.
Posted on June 25, 2020
Took some shots of a new baby in the family on St Jean Baptiste, and then kind of burned through the rest of the roll out in front of our house so it would be finished. Was champing at the bit to get this roll developed so I could see the shots of this delightful little human.
A little lesson I learned developing this roll. I used that Ansel Adams method (HC 110 dilution G [1:119] @18 minutes) and found that the shots with a lot of denseness were not served well by developing this method. The shots in the parc, however, turned out wonderfully. Will keep that in mind.