To offset the BW challenge, i am posting a color photo. This is a test shot I did of the stilt houses in Tai O, Hong Kong. Photo shot with Graflex Speed Graphic + Fujinon W 65mm f5.6 lens + Fuji FP100c scanned with Doxie Flip.
Day 4 of 5 of black and white photo challenge. Each day I am trying to post a photo that is taken from a different camera and a different medium. Today I am back on large format but with a different lens and film from day 1. This was shot at the Bund in Shanghai, China. Photo taken with Graflex Speed Graphic + Fujinon 65mm f5.6 lens + Shanghai GP3 film. Developed with Guan long d76 + Guan long F5 Fix, scanned with Epson Perfection V700. Today i nominate Pouya Ash for the BW photo challenge, in which to post one BW photo per day for 5 days and also nominate someone each day because it’s fun.
After a weekend of crappy weather, Monday was a complete opposite. Kirk Lau and I couldn’t resist on the amazing weather and took our Grapflex Speed Graphics to the Shanghai Bund for some night photography. Knowing how bad the reciprocity of the Shanghai 4×5 film, we decided to give it a go away. I was armed with only two lenses, the Fujinon 65mm f5.6 SWD and a Leica Dimaron 150mm f2.8. I only took 4 slides of Shanghai 100iso 4×5 film in two film holders. Here is a shot taken with my RX100 II on my shot.
Let’s see how the photo will do. I am stand developing them with Kodak HC110.
In the early morning, I arrived at the TaiO dock. The tranquility was a good change from the busy norm. Taken with Graflex Speed Graphic + Fujinon 65mm f5.6 SWD lens + Kodak TXP. Developed in Rodinal 1:100 stand. Scanned with Epson Perfection V700.