Cemetery

Trumpeldor cemetery in Tel-Aviv, 2017. Nikon F3, Kodak Tri-X 400.

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Now we’re talking, Kodak Tri-X

As I’ve mentioned already here or on social media, I’ve got myself a 100 ft roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 and now all of my 35mm cameras – which is not many – are loaded with it. Before the latest batch, the results were so-so to my taste. A puzzling mixture of failed…

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My Lucky Developments

One of my colleagues, having seen me with a film camera, brought his old Nikon F65 and gave me as a present. In a camera bag, I found an unexposed roll of Lucky film and decided to test the camera with this roll. As it hasn’t been refrigerated for a long time I expected it to be something…

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Didn’t expect this!

DIdn't expect this!
Didn’t expect this!

 

This is from my trip to Vienna in summer 2013. The original idea was to wait for anyone to come to this fountain and take a picture of that person looking at those scary statues. People would definitely express some emotions, I thought, and I was going to catch them. I waited for 5 or even 10 minutes but noone came, so I just took a picture of the statue.

Only after scanning the film and seeing the shot I realised that it might be quite emotional itself. I had some chills for sure.

What about you?