Fieldtrip to the Parking Deck

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

M6TTL, CV 35 1.4 SC, TMY2, Rodinal Stand

TMY2 in Rodinal stand is . . . uh . . . interesting?

3 Replies to “Fieldtrip to the Parking Deck”

  1. What always fascinates me is how you move from film to developer to another film type to yet another developer. Wonderful images. Question: do you shoot and then think about which developer? Or do you plan shoots with a particular developer in mind? What is your process?

  2. I rarely start with the idea to shoot something particular. How and what I shoot is an interaction between what film is loaded, what lens is mounted and what I see when I walk out the door. Choice of developer is most often driven by my curiosity; what will that look like?

  3. I might move in that direction, but for me, right now, I’m trying to get better at (for use of an old phrase) pre-visualization, so I’m trying to stay with one or two films (FP4 and HP5) and one developer (Edwal FG-7). I’ve begun to make some progress. I’m about to embark on a project where I shoot lots of HP5 at 800 (low available light on a regular basis). Any recommendations on a developer I might try? I’m spending a month doing some test shoots, so I have some time to experiment. I’m looking to maintain true 800 ISO speed, not too worried about grain, will scan full-frame and print at about 5×7 . . . oh, wait, duh, it’s my SoFoBoMo project. Sigh. You know all about that project. Heck, I found out about it by reading your blog. Anyway, looking for sort of a gritty look. I’m thinking of giving Microphen a try.

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