The rest of Autumn….

This was taken with the old Rolleiflex and a very particular high definition film from ADOX with 12 ISO.

Rolleiflex 3.5f; Planar 75mm f3.5; ADOX Film and Kodak Portra 400


Week 34 – Homeward bound….

…on the Da Capo!

Fujifilm X100
Fujinon f2 23mm
Aperture and NIK
Week 34 - Homeward Bound on the Da Capo

Week 30 – Independence Day ……

… remember the film? Looks similar doesn’t it?

I’ve been here many times before and even blogged about it twice. This project never ceases to amaze me and there’s still no end in sight.

(As you might have noticed the horizon was a little wonky today, nothing serious and it won’t shouldn’t happen again.)

Fujifilm X100
Fujinon f2 23mm
Aperture and NIK

Week 30 - Independence Day I FianalWeek 30 - Independence Day IVWeek 30 - Independence Day IIWeek 30 - Independence Day III

Week 26 – London Town

It’s a bit like waiting for the 540 bus used to be, you patiently bide your time at the bus stop for ages and then two come at once!

Well I’m still pretty much behind with my weeks, so I’ve got some catching up to do!

Fujifilm X100
Fujinon f2 23mm & WCL-X100 19mm
Aperture and NIK
Week 26 - London Town IWeek 26 - London Town IIIWeek 26 - London Town IIWeek 26 - London Town IV

Week 17 – Rain and Eis

It’s never too cold or too wet for ice cream…..

Fujifilm X100
Fujinon f2 23mm
Aperture and NIK

Week 17 - IIIWeek 17 - Week 17 - IVWeek 17 -II

Week 10 – Je ne sais quoi

For someone who has thrown all new technology (camera-wise) to the wind these past six months, I was really able to appreciate these beauties. I hope you do too!

P.S. If anyone has any information about these cars do let me know please!

Zenza Bronica ETRS
Zenzanon f1:2.8 75mm
Kodak 400 T-MAX
Rodinal 1:50
Epson Perfection V500
Week 10 - Je ne sais quoi I
Week 10 - Je ne sais quoi II Week 10 - Je ne sais quoi III

Week 24 – The Sidecar (BMW R 75)

You don’t see many of these on the roads today…..

I was a little hasty on the trigger and published this week’s post before I had actually written anything. This BMW R 75 was built in 1941 and most probably served the Luftwaffe during this period. It is a rarity but the lucky owner recently managed to purchase the previous model as well. It’s a very large bike but incredibly quiet.

Good luck with the collection!

P.S. So this week’s lesson is never confuse “Save” and “publish” on WordPress ……