happy halloween

A blast from the past, some spooky stuff. Carlsbad caverns in 2015.

More than anything, this was an experiment to see if Delta 3200 could do it. It kinda could.

a black and white photo of the carlsbad caverns

Nikon F5, 35-70mm f/2.8AF
Ilford Delta 3200, pushed 1 stop*
Processed and scanned by The Darkroom

*Let me head you freaks off at the pass. Yeah, we knowww, Delta 3200 has a true ISO rating of 1000…blah blah blah…I metered at 6400 and told the lab to push it one stop. It’s. That. Simple.

Serious note: shoot the stuff at 800 if ya can. Great for indoor portraits.

four pictures of one sunset

Jon and I cut out for a quick camping trip in July, a 4 hr drive north of Waterloo. There was a small beach in the same cove as our campsite. It was a lazy time. My biggest daily commitment was heading over to the beach and watching the sunset.

These are chronological, from one evening, sitting on the beach.

The problem is, now I want to shoot more of that big money slide film.

The Whole Roll Project is still a thing, this roll can be found here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmHbsmdS

Nikon F5, 50mm f1.8g
Fuji Velvia (100 or 50?…will have to confirm when I pick up the film)
Processed by E6it!, scanned by Downtown Camera