Sunday, October 4, 2009

Spill #2

Most of the stuff I post here is shot with one of my Holgas. But I love my Bessa R3A with the f1:4 Nokton lens, which I almost always shoot with wide open. I love the surreal bokeh that this lens offers. This image was taken in the Whip Hill section of the Middlesex Fells Reservation, just north of Boston, Mass.
The film (FP4) was stand processed in R09 (Rodinal formula) for two hours at a dilution of 1 to 200. The stand processing really subdues the extremely contrasty early morning light in which this image was taken.

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