Fuji 64T QL
[QUOTE=johnmsanderson;919513]Fuji 64T QL
This man is an accomplished craftsman, who walks in an original direction of suspended observations.
"We work in the dark, we do what we can, we give what we have."
Giovanni, very nice! I like them a lot too! ..also beautiful architecture both!
Geoff, that's 1/2 a k from where I live. I ride the Guzzi round that roundabout nearly every day. Small world.
Landmark Schmidt Brewery:
Not really what I wanted. I've wanted to do a long exposure here with a similar composition. Screwed up two HP5 negatives and then the clouds rolled out. So I edited this Portra version. The Verito did ok @f/22 for being a soft focus lens. Still could tell it doesn't resolve the greatest though. Didn't have my CC-400 set up for the Tessar. Would have liked to use movements instead of Photoshop to correct perspective. Not sure the Tessar would cover enough though.
4x5 Kodak Portra 400
Wollensak Verito @f/22
~1/4 of a second
Developed with BTZS tube and Rollei / Compard Digibase c-41 kit.
"There is little or no ‘reality’ in the blacks, grays and whites of either the informational or expressive black-and-white image" -Ansel Adams
Zaitz, very nice composition and subject!