I got the large format bug for good.
I did two frames today after a long while of putting a camera together and did "First Light" with it. It's a old Toyo D45M, with a Rodenstock Sironar-N 5.6 210mm MC lens. I got a MOD54 holder for daylight developing of 4x5 film and been stitching the images from my Epson v500 via VueScan and CS6.
It's insane on every count of technical detail and image flexibility.
I am really thinking of bringing this kit with me to Anime Expo 2014. It's going to be awesome.
See you around!
Looking into going into the Ilford Delta films big time, since I loved how they scanned even after I accidentally over exposed them.
Also preparing for Sabaku Con 2014 here in ABQ, NM. As a staffer, I have a lot to do, but I like to get some of my photo game going with the cosplayers there. Then a short time later is going to be Anime Expo 2014! Serious photo tasking there, I have only so much film and time. Going to plan shoot list A, then plan B then to Plan C to get the art going!
I'll post some more stuff very soon during this weekend, and going to use this awesome scanning software, Vuescan, on my photos. I tried a trial v
So, I got Bronica ETRSi 645 camera with 2 film backs, 50mm and 75 mm lenses, a speed grip with prism.
Everytime I use this camera, I get clear results.
It's like another tool that I can show my vision to the world.
I like that.