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Tomatoes in Suburbia

Nothing like a mistake that is rather a fun one – here, double exposure in my Certo Six folding camera. I forgot to advance the film and thought there was an issue, so released the exposure button again by choosing the “bypass” button. (If you have a Certo Six, you know what I am talking about.) It makes me think that it might be a fun exercise to deliberately, rather than accidentally, create double exposures. Maybe even triple. Or quadruple. Such is possible!!

This is with Portra 400, a film I always find way to delicate in color for my taste, but it could be I will change my mind after cataract surgery. This is pretty much SOOC with just some spot removal in post. I don’t like spotty film . . .

Eats

eats

The Canonet QL17 is a nice, solid rangefinder, which has an “A” for automatic, as well as the capability to be manually set in all areas.  I shot a roll of Agfa Vista 200, mostly on “A” to see how well it works.  Overall, I think I may prefer to set my exposure factors manually as a lot of the images were a bit blurry or soft.  I’ve got some film someplace that may be a bit sharper, shot a year or so ago, that I need to find in order to do some comparisons.  This was taken in the food area of The Grove in L.A.