I finally got around to looking at some film I shot about a year ago when my mom was visiting and we drove to Yarmouth to see the sights. We visited the Historical Acadian Village of Nova Scotia where there were a few of the usual historical re-enactments going on. I particularly like the blacksmith shop, a room full of texture perfectly made for black and white.
I wasn’t expecting too much from this photo but am amazed at how well it turned out. When you’ve got low light, motion, slow film and no tripod it’s a gamble. I love a rangefinder for this kind of work.
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- Camera: Mamiya 6 medium-format rangefinder
- Lens: Mamiya 75mm
- Film: Fuji Acros 100
- Developer: Kodak HC-110 1+49
- Development: 8:30 at 20 degrees Celsius. Agitated first 30 seconds, twice every 30 seconds.
- Date: October, 2016
- Location: 43.637711, -65.793505
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