High Noon - the series: Dogde or Burn!
I had a shoot-out at high noon and was able to fire 36 shots before I forgot to dodge the bullets and got burned:
Attachment 74875 Cat nap at High Noon
Attachment 74876 Escaped by the water at High Noon
(Nikon FM3a with 45 mm f/2.8P pancake lens, Fuji NPS 160 expired)
Side note: almost all images on this roll are effected like this. The lab says its a defect of the film/emulsion itself (the emulsion was sticky and got ripped while winding the film), but I'm not sure it if is a developing defect or not ... all the other films came out all right.
The fastest cat of the west @ High Noon
Since pinhole seems to rule within this assignment - and this role of film did not have developing issues (see my previous post #25) - I like to present my second shot of the fastest cat of the West at High Noon. He can move his head faster than the shutter of my camera.
camera: old Gevabox converted into a pinhole camera (6x9 cm negative)
film: Konica PRO 400 (expired)
shutterspeed: 30 sec.
developer: C-41 by a professional lab
scanner: Epson 3200 PHOTO & Silverfast software (no digital rework what so ever though)