Month: February 2020

Misery called, he would like to have his colours back

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Misery called, he would like to have his colours back

I have no idea how the image of the rooftops through the trees appears to others, who might have seen it, by coincidence or not. What it might evoke, if anything. How could I? I just know that it brings back memories of one of my least elegant periods to date. Miserable is no overstatement. Some ok photographs happened though, during the misery, at least they feel right somehow. Almost as if they are tangible, […]

Panny, my lightmeter.

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Today the Panny was my lightmeter.

Observation: The 15mm Panny in a vertical position has a horizontal field of view not so unlike the 75mm on the Pentax, horizontally. Then, to imitate the comp while the film awaits processing, all I need to do is crop a 5×4 out of the vertical frame. Why? Well, and this is a bad answer, the film hasn’t been processed. As for metering light like this, it remains to be seen how the expired–for–more–than–a–decade–ago Astia […]