Don't know how I missed your post - anyway, better late than never.Welcome to the scene, and I have to say, when I had my Rollei T it was well before it (or I) had the chance to do this sort of work!Mine was usually fiull of TXP 120 - never really used anything else on 120 format other than FP3 a few times which didn't work on 120 (for me) but was great on 135... By the time T-max was out I had no more 120 cameras.Nice tones in your shot - I never get skin like that with digital capture b/white conversions.Rob C
Thank you for this! very interesting. My latest project:I really don't like the lamps in the upper part of the picture, but this is how it is now.
Cheating? It's just more tools Rob.http://www.craiglamson.com/rvbuild.gif
But that's cheating, Craig: this isn't really the implied single exposure either.;-)Rob C
No, IMHO it called problem solving and masterfully done too.
Hi Craig,did you take that shot in your basement? ;-)Best,Johannes
That is what we used to do with film but there were many issues that are better with DC like registration and braceting exposure on each component without having to start the sequence over again with a new sheet of film. I still like film for many things but NOT a shoot like this. I apologize for misinterpreting your statement. It didn't sound like you actually.
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Fascinating room, Adrian. Where is it?Jeremy
Its an old indoor swimming pool from 1917 in Heidelberg, Germany, which they converted into a market hall (well, and Restaurants, Bar, Wellness, Hotel ...)
I'm always drawn to these places before the developers move in.