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Pentax Pictures

A few pictures taken with Pentax S1a  –  Lenses used 28mm f3.5 or 50mm f2.0 – Normal service will return very soon!

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev + 50mm

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev + 28mm

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev + 28mm

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev

Foma 100 film + ID11 dev + 28mm

These picture show the resolving ability of the SMC Takumar’s quite well – The scanner is able to capture the grain and when printed using a Epson R3000 the results are truly exceptional –  I have not had time to ‘silver’ print the negatives, although I wonder if its worth the effort as the subjects and images may not benefit from the Dev + Stop + Fix process.  Sometimes the ‘hybrid’ silver/digital provides sufficient information and ‘feel’ for the subject.

My next blog will be a review of Glenn Ligon’s exhibition at the Nottingham Contemporary Gallery.

One Comment Post a comment
  1. I love the dramatic effect of black an white photography when used for architecture 🙂

    April 14, 2015

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