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bricks and walls
« on: March 17, 2017, 06:06:20 AM »
This is a more or less random collection, shot within 2 days with 2 cameras on a single APX 100 new film, first in a Minolta Dynax 5 with a cheap Sigma 24 -70 zoom lens, midroll rewound and finished in Minolta 7000 with an adapted CZJ Biometar 2,8/80. The film was exposed @ EI 200, which appeared to be the real film speed with a -4 exposure and was stand developed in Caffenol-C-L with 0.3 g/l KBr for 60 minutes. So far for the tekkies ...

The Dynax-5 part was done in Ludwigshafen, almost completely destroid in WWII and surely not the most beautiful town today. But  I slowly begin to like the post-war architecture.

The Minolta-7000 part (last 2) shows the Heidelberg castle one more time - a play at home of course.

Thanks for stopping by.



bricks and walls 1
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bricks and walls 2
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bricks and walls 3
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bricks and walls 4
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bricks and walls 5
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bricks and walls 6
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Re: bricks and walls
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2017, 08:04:43 AM »
I very much like number 3, Reinhold. Shows us the value of looking up.

Also like the framing and contrasts in number 2.

As always, a pleasure to see your work.

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Re: bricks and walls
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2017, 09:15:17 AM »
Great series.  I really like the last one but that's being picky as they're all excellent.
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