We hope everyone had a great weekend. We’re setting out on another photographic expedition. So far the weather looks favorable and we’re hoping that the sky remains relatively clear. It gets pretty dark in those woods, but judging from the I-phone images posted in our last post, we know that’s difficult to imagine. Trust us. It is. Shooting without a tripod is just impossible.
The two rolls of medium format from the previous trip have been developed and are hanging to dry in the darkroom. The negatives turned out a lot thicker than we normally see so we’re going to change some of our exposures to compensate. We’re always happy if we get one or two good images per roll.
Before we head out, we’re going to leave you with another image from Sugar Mill Gardens in Port Orange in Central Florida.
Taken with the Mamiya 645 Pro, by Marks with a 150 mm Mamiya Sekor 1:3.5 lens using Ilford HP5 @ 200 developed in our darkroom in D76 1:1. Scanned from the silver gelatin print.
Have a beautiful Monday everyone. Leave us a comment. You know we love to hear from you. 😉