Never posted pictures to this particular BBS... hope it works as I expect.
Okay, here are a few bad pictures I took at two different times, processed by the same lab in a Phototherm. They wet-print scans. I've not manipulated the images. I have better examples with comparable distances to the subject, but those are B&W I process myself, and I do not have a scanner.
These rolls were shot to test the camera and backs for obvious problems such as scratching, frame advance, etc. - mechanical tests - so I did not take notes. They are all hand-held.
Feel free to critique them aesthetically as well as technically - I'm here to learn.
Rock (about the size of your head) and over-grown bush next to our driveway.
Fuji Pro 400H, in-date, very overcast day (got to love Fuji for this). Aperture wide open (f=3.5). Probably 1/30th or 1/60th. This was my first roll.
Tried to focus on the edge of the rock facing the camera in order to have the lichen in focus. Focus ended up a bit behind that point.
Working hand-pump at a vacation cabin in Hocking Hills, Ohio. Partly sunny day.
Konica Centuria Pro 400, exp 2009. f=3.5 (maybe 4), probably 1/60th.
I tried to focus on the pipe for the hand-pump. Instead, the brick just in front of the pipe is in better focus.
Since some argue it is not a color, you do not see a magenta cast in this expired film
Another in Hocking. Same partly sunny day, but under a full canopy in the forest (no dappling).
Konica Centuria Pro 400, exp 2009. f=3.5 and either 1/4th or 1/8th.
I'm not sure what I tried to focus on. Soft, but I like it.
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