It’s shaping up to be a beauty of a day in Central Florida. We’re packed and ready to set off on another photographic excursion. We’re hoping to catch the tail end of a “feed”. That’s when the animals are out and actively feeding.
We have developed the negatives from the last four rolls of film and there appear to be some good ones among those. Marks is excited about the results that he got with his Mamiya C330 Professional. We will share them with you once we get them printed as we don’t normally scan negatives. We prefer to scan the silver gelatin print, and we will need a bit more time to get that done.
We’re leaving you with the “Stump” in Sugar Mill Gardens. Marks has photographed this over the years and one of those prints is framed and hanging in our gallery. It’s lovely to see how it’s changed over the years.
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.
Enjoy the day everyone.