so i have really slacked off lately, and only just started scanning some more film today from my trip, STILL have a few rolls to be developed…
but on a positive note, i have started developing my own C-41, using a Jobo CPE2 and Jobo press kit. it was a lot easier than i first thought.
i am actually quite amazed at how sharp these photos are. these Mamiya lenses, 50mm f4 C and 90mm f3.8 are actually amazing.
Mamiya RB67 Fuji Acros 100
Mamiya RB67 Fuji Provia 100f
Mamiya RB67 Fuji Velvia 50
still some more to come, so hold tight for the next lot!
A few weeks ago i went on a solo roadtrip.
i packed a few cameras, a bag of clothes, sleeping bag and set off.
first stop was the Great Ocean Road. It has been a drive i have wanted to do for a long time, so it was good to finally get it done!
this is only a few photos, im still working my way through getting all my film developed, so more to come!
day one- Traralgon to Lorne. ;Erskine Falls
day two- Lorne to Port Campbell. ;Cape Otway,Triplet Falls
day three- Port Campbell to Adelaide.
day four- Adelaide to Coober Pedy.
day five- Coober Pedy to Uluru.
day six- Uluru to Kings Canyon. ;Olgas
day seven- Kings Canyon to Coober Pedy. ;The Breakaways; Dingo Fence.
day eight- Coober Pedy to Mildura.
day nine- Mildura to Melbourne.
day ten- Melbourne.
day eleven- Melbourne to Traralgon.
recently i have picked up a few new cameras.
first was a Pentax 645 then came a Olympus XA2 ( and i think i have just bought a 6×17 MF camera… )
i have a few photos from both of those cameras, as well as some from my Hasselblad and Pentax LX.
i am very happy both!
i saw someones photo of cliffs and rock formations at Inverloch, and wondered why i hadnt been there before, since big cliffs and rocks are very much my thing.
i got pretty excited by what i saw, shot a bunch of photos, but had a few issues with development.
i nearly always have issues when loading 4×5 sheets onto my MOD54 holder, i think i need a bigger changing bag, as when loading six sheets there is always 1 or 2 sheets stuck together.
however not all was lost, and only the corners were affected. Shanghai film is also quite soft and scratches easily.
Crown Graphic 4×5 90 f/8 angulon Shanghai 100.
I couldn't surrender, try as they might, to an expectation, a label, or a routine. Constantly I'd struggle, trying to fit in a preconceived mold but I'd only end up hurting myself in the process, I was either too big, too small, or the wrong 'shape' of thinking!