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Shot this in early April I think. In the Canon ae1
It has a bit of a hard time aligning sometimes which caused some distortion in some frames.
Fuji pro400h in the voigtlander Bessa l. Scanned with a Nikon coolscan 4. Still messing around with that, but vuescan makes it fairly straightforward.
Few weeks ago I was probing around the at-1 my uncle gave me with a multimeter trying to figure out why it wasn’t firing. Picked it up the other day to continue and figured I’d give it a shot before taking the upper body apart and it fired. Replaced the light seals and shot this roll of expired Kodak gold 400 before…
I fell down a rabbit hole trying to decide if I over developed my 400tx.
One roll in the bessamatic, one roll in the bessa l
Balanced image, accidental Renaissance style.
I’m also quite fond of this ratty plymouth, believe it’s a valiant.
Actually took a picture of my entire car.
Voigtlander Bessa L, has a Jupiter 50mm f2 lens on it at the moment. I want to get a voigtlander 15 or 21mm eventually. On the wide angle lenses at f16 focus is about 2ft to infinity effectively making it a point and shoot camera. Will be interesting to see how the pics come out but it’s fun to use.
Not sure if it’s really center weighted, and technically not lonely either since there’s 2 people. But at least there’s people and not a dog. I was going to attempt stacking using bracketed images but apparently you can’t do that in lightroom mobile. You can in my Ubuntu knockoff darktable but it didn’t actually merge…