Really beautiful! I find particularly interesting the hair that frame your daughter’s face.
Thank you Umberto. I was hoping the breeze would cooperate, and it did!
Wow – Sublime face expression with that hair / reminds me of Botticelli : http://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/MQEeq50LABEBVg?utm_source=google&utm_medium=kp&hl=fr&projectId=art-project
Believe it or not, that’s exactly what came to mind as I clicked the shutter.
Thank you Pascal.
Wow! I hadn’t considered b&w film with the Mamiya 7ii. I’m a little too addicted to Portra and Fuji 400H. But I’m gonna have to order some 120 tri-x soon.
Tri-X goes well with everything 🙂
Thank you Bijan.
Okay, now you are just showing off. 🙂 This is gorgeous.
Thank you Karen… I was lucky.
Amazing shot. Having fun with watching the World Championships in Brasil?
Let’s see… 3 kids playing “the beautiful game” several times a week, a full time job, and time spent messing around with film in my basement…hmmm…
No time to watch the World Championships. Not one minute. In fact, I’m routinely falling asleep if I stop moving for 30 seconds!
;o) yep 3 kids alone can be a full time job. Time management rules. But at least you have a ‘film’ basement. Wish I had room for a analog ‘man’ cave.
“film basement”?… ha ha… I have a 60 cm by 80 cm table top with a changing bag in an unfinished and mouldy basement. It’s quite embarrassing really, but if I can develop film under these circumstances, anybody can.
To add: I’m usually developing my film beside a pile of laundry…
hah the romance of film.
I’m kitchen guy myself.
That’s why a digital camera is appealing sometimes (Time) I did notice you mention the possibility of another digital, sort of hoping it’s the A7s as Iam looking at it and T but so far a little disappointed in the T IQ wise, even though it’s a great design.
Interestingly, the image quality of the T looks to be excellent, though I haven’t handled any files directly.
Beautiful in every respect.
Thank you Calvin.
Such a beautiful picture.
The dynamic range in the picture would give many digital cam problems. Looks like a lot of light in the sun and deep shadows. Did you have to ‘work’ a lot to get the light down or shadows up or did the dr of Tri-x cover it easily.
Tri-X did 99% of the work…. amazing really.
Are you still using HC 110 developer with you tri x?
Thanks. Will try it. Usually use D76
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