July 2011 Photowalk:  Arts Festival

Lately, I'm using a TLR camera that takes 120 film.  Now t
his is what I call photography.  Take your time, size up the scene:  is it worth having a picture of?  Focus carefully.  Make sure the verticals are vertical.  Is the camera tilted just right?  Is it set for the right f-stop and shutter speed?   There, now we're ready.  Click! 




This page contains just a few 120 film scans from the local Arts Festival.  Street photography with a TLR is a bit of a challenge, but it's fun.   Instead of taking 3,468 pictures of what you had for lunch, then snapping 2,490 pictures of random people, you have twelve shots on a roll of 120 film.  Make 'em count!



Two Friends, With Flags

Kodak Ektar 100
6x6 cm
2011


These were Kodak Ektar 100, as  you can see.   This is such good film.   Nothing can quite replace slide film, but Ektar is the finest-grained color negative film on the market today.  It is really remarkable stuff.   Pick some up through this link (35mm) or this link (120 film) and it helps me keep this site going.




Miss Melanie and Friend

Kodak Ektar 100
6x6 cm
2011


The everday scenes that we take for granted become a part of our history and heritage... but only if we photograph them. 




Strudel

Kodak Ektar 100
6x6 cm
2011


I prefer to use film for these endeavors, because it doesn't evaporate like a bunch of ones and zeroes on a bad CD-ROM.

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