Thanks a lot to all of you that made it to the vernissage. It’s an awkward feeling seeing people looking at your work and even talk about it… answer questions such as “What’s silver-gelatine” and “Did the guy know you took his picture?”.
Anyhoo. I’m quite tired and just feel like catching up with blogging.
About two weeks ago, Florian gave me a roll of the new Tmax400. For those who didn’t know: Kodak recently updated a couple of negative film (400NC/VC and Tmax400). As ever, developed with Kodak XTOL, 1+1, 9:15 (according to the datasheet), 20°C.
I made a print of this and the grain-level is more like 125PX than 400TX. I like it.
I actually overexposed most of the frames as I usually got thin negatives when developing Tmax in XTOL – not the case with the new Tmax.
This frame is highly overexposed yet could be recovered using the levels in Photoshop. I’m curious how it prints.
More nice lady. Booyeah.
Very smooth tones. I guess I prefer 400TX in that kind of light situations but still, I like how Tmax looks.
The black looks so delicated.
Very Tmaxish tones here – dull lights gives uber dull tones. I guess I was wrong.
There is something about the Tmax skintones that I start to like.
Some fella being slightly… uhm… “through the wind”.
Severin using his super human powers to open some milk shake.
So much for Tmax – back to Tri-X.
Nice lady likes polaroids.
But nice lady is sick.
So the toy camera jerk got a Polaroid and a pack of film.
Aww… oh well, I’m buying Polaroid film – what’s next? Selling the Toy Camera and get a SX70? I guess I’m turning into …
Is it that time again?
Oh I think it is…
It’s 13A time! Yay! Featuring old, grumpy people. Wee!
OH MAN THINK ABOUT IT!
Sneaky as a Russian.
Uhm, this is what happens when a bar keeper is using a Toy Camera. Art.
No time for alignment, excuse the Magnumsque angle. Then again, it’s dynamic.
Since Austria is one of the richest countries in the world, we have pyjama parties on the street.
Four bars and a Kebab later, back to our favorite bar. Orange.
He told us that he had about 100 Seiderl (0.3 l of beer) with some friends of his once. Sure. Good boy.
At the Wirr.
Awesome. Guess where this was taken. Yay!
Posting blogs when not feeling like posting blogs because you are supposed to do so – I like it. There is another roll of Tri-X waiting but first I have to resize – something that I very much don’t feel like doing so. In the meantime, thanks for reading and watching – more watching I guess. Take care and have a lovely weekend.