Unearthed the RB67 for another roll, this time with the 180mm f/4.5 Sekor C. Natural light, shot wide open, dev’d in the same ancient xtol.
Tasked with taking a profile photo for a work blog for Fiona. Daylight & single strobe + shoot-through umbrella on camera right, small reflector on camera left. Most of these weren’t what the actual task called for :3
In which I remember that Portra 400 shot at box speed is just too slow. One day I will invest in some C41 equipment & experiment with pushing colour, but not yet.
Little exhibition PhotoSoc had at a local coffee shop last year.
The usual Tri-X @ 1600 souped in Xtol, but by now the Xtol is 15 months old so I gave it an extra few minutes after testing it on a scrap of the leader. First time I’ve ever used a wetting agent & ended up with probably the worst drying marks I’ve ever had, so I don’t think I’ll bother with it again.
In Inverurie for a friend’s wedding.
Another slightly odd tradition at St Andrews is soaking people after they finish the final exam of their degree. One of the only occasions in which I’ve actually found the 11fps & phase detect AF of the a6000 useful!