MFPOTW – Burbage North Rocks #2
Burbage North Rocks, Peak District UK 🇬🇧
Beautiful morning at Burbage North. View towards Carl Wark.
I love Fuji Neopan Acros 100!🤘
Have you tried new Acros 100 II ? I haven’t had a chance yet!
Please let me know your thoughts on this film below!
With the year 2019 gone, it’s time to look back.
Here are a few numbers about last year.
I walked up to Curbar Edge in hope to catch some interesting light that morning. The forecast was optimistic so I walked. Unfortunately light did not happen. Actually, nothing happened that morning.
There was no view, no light and it started to rain. I did only one exposure this morning, this one on Kodak Trix 400.
I like it because of the mood of the shot, it summarizes the feeling that morning…
Do you shoot Kodak TRIX?
What’s your favourite B&W film?
Let me know below.
MEDIUM FORMAT PICTURE OF THE WEEK – Morning in Peaks
Peak District UK 🇬🇧 spring 2019 Hasselblad 503 CW, Fujifilm Velvia 50
A quiet morning at Peak District near Surprise View.
Shot on the slide film. Velvia 50 is the top!
Do you shoot slides? What’s your favourite?
Everyone will take one great picture, I’ve done better because I’ve taken two.
Lumsdale falls study #4, Matlock, Peak District UK 🇬🇧 Hasselblad 503CW, Kodak TMax400
Great place to visit.
Have you been to Lumsdale falls?
Let us know below!
Those who know me, know that I am a coffee drinker. I was intrigued when I learned that you can process black and white film in coffee …
Medium format: Picture of the week
Morning glory. Peak District UK 🇬🇧 spring 2019
Quiet morning at Peak District near Surprise View .
Shot on the slide film. Velvia 50 is the top !
Do you shoot slides? What’s your favourite? Leave me a comment below!
Moon above Higger Tor, Peak District UK
Beautiful morning at Burbage North. View towards Higger Tor and Carl Wark.
Velvia 50 rocks!
Do you shoot slide film? What’s your favourite? Let me know below!
No place is boring if you’ve had a good night’s sleep and have a pocket full of unexposed film.
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