Time to catch up on some previous images. This was taken this last summer in the western part of the city - toward the West Valley area. There are times when upon driving around you recognize the Sun is just perfect but no camera in hand - so don't forget that time frame and venture back when the conditions repeat - with the camera. I did just that one Saturday evening and was able to capture the color of this scene.
A Landscape Architect of the firm works the boards. Shot on Ilford Delta 400 - self developed and scanned.
Shot at my day job, where I'm a specification writer at FFKR Architects. And I shoot for the firm.
Every once in a while it all comes together.
This was shot in October off the elevated Eccles Theater building during the open house. Black and White can really be compelling when there is such high contrast in the scene.
Nikon 1 V1 - no crop.
This last September, on a trip to Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park I was able to grab this shot when we stopped for a quick viewing.
This image was captured really well -- and with film that is always a bit of a trick. And - if the image is captured well, there is no guarantee that the development will do it justice. The image capture, and home development, and scanning turned out just as envisioned. And this path - is the beauty of film, and the process of film, and the unexpected nature of film.
Sitting on the couch - the dog Lola jumped up to view the scene outside the window. There was nothing there to see - and her head was about 12" from mine. I grabbed the iPhone 7 and opened KitCam and took this. I got as close as I could to keep the scene as shown.
This was shot at the CityCreek mall area in downtown SLC - on Ilford Delta 400 self developed and scanned. Looking up takes some getting used too and it needs to be a force of habit as a bright blue sky and a white building adds much drama to the scene.
I love this shot - glad it turned out as film is a tricky beast to control.
I've recently discovered this Acros Fuji stock -- and OMG -- it's of my favorite now. I wish Fuji still made the 400iso as it only comes in 100 stock. Image was taken on the overlook at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. The weather was cold and crazy windy for a day in September. But - it all worked out just fine.
Rollei 6008i - 80mm f2.8
"Three weeks from now, I will be harvesting my crops. Imagine where you will be, and it will be so.
Hold the line!
Stay with me!
If you find yourself alone, riding in the green fields with the sun on your face, do not be troubled. For you are in Elysium, and you’re already dead!"
Nikon F100 - Salt Lake City - Summer 2016
Shot in the area of Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, docked is a beat up, well worn and used ChrisCraft SuperSport.
It's been too long - I'll be working on that for the future. I will say that I get delayed from posting as I copyright all images now. So there is a 3-4 month delay after the photo is taken before I have a group to register etc. And after the image is registered, then I can post. Ugh --- I know... but that's the process. Ok -- onward.
This image was taken with the newly repaired Rollei 6008i on Ilford Delta 400. Home processed and scanned - and the scan is excellent. The negative processed very flat and as always the flatter the better during the scan.
I really like this image and may print it 24"x24".
Here's a grab shot with the pocketed Nikon P330 - in black and white mode. It's a great photo when the light and situation matches the consumer gear really well. I love this photo and the what camera captured. As with all of my images - no crop.
Shot on Ilford HP5+ self developed with Ilford DD-X and scanned on Minolta Elite 5400.
Shot on the Nikon F100 and self developed.
Shot on the F100 with film which did funny things during development. I have a feeling it was mis labeled as it sure looks like 3200 to me. Self development results are sometimes very surprising.
Shot in Pentwater, Michigan in July just after the MAC., with the Rollei 6008i - early morning.
Shot with the Nikon 1 V1 on a SLC backstreet - no crop.
At the end of July the Pentwater Yacht Club allows boats returning from Mackinaw to dock overnight - all stacked up. I shot this the day after the "Back from the Mac" PYC party of the night before.
Shot on the Rollei 6008i - I'm loving the rendering this camera is providing. Self developed and scanned.