Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Brian Moore, Jan 7, 2017.
Minox 35GT (ex-Hamish) and Arista EDU 400 film processed in Rodinal.
That is a good one. The prop and b&w give it a vintage feel.
Thanks Dave. I thought it looked vintage too.
Wow, fantastic shot, Brian. Love everything about it, especially the grain.
Vintage indeed and has to reflect the photographer as well I suppose, but where is Seattle. A nice one though.
Excellent. Was the prop vintage, too ?
Hmmm,...Considering Ivar's cheek I'm not sure how to take that, Detlef! But thank you for the compliment!
Fabulous stuff, Brian. I still never think to take pictures out of the window. I'll try to remember tomorrow!
Thanks Pete. I got particularly lucky with this one: turbo-prop plane, seat placement behind the prop, camera with contrasty lens and a bit of grain on the development of the B&W film. I used to avoid window seats, always preferring the aisle, but since I started traveling again I now select the window when I have the option.
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