This has been a crazy several weeks . . . primarily, car problems leading to searching for a new one to replace the one which died, and finally taking the plunge. I got what I wanted.
However, the fact is, life came to a halt. No time for photography, only time to take a quick peek at what I have already done. Today, I got out and about, but this is from a roll I did a couple of weeks ago.
A sycamore tree with new leaves! How glorious is that? Taken with Portra 400, Voigtlander RF, Heliar 105mm, 6×9 folder.
I finally got around to finishing off a roll of Ektar 100 using the Agfa Isolette ii rangefinder camera. Square composition is a bit difficult!
About a week ago I took delivery of an Agfa Isolette III, refurbished and CLA’d. It came with me to Colorado, and film went through the x-ray machine a few times. I didn’t take a lot of pictures with it, but did do two rolls, one of Portra 400, and one Ektar 100. Altogether, the pictures were ok, but part of it is simply learning how to use a new camera. A few I really liked – this is not one of them – but I did like the leaves on the water and the colors which resulted. Next time, I will drop the iso 20-30% for greater saturation with negative film.