Boris De Swan

Boris De Swan

Posted on 06/09/2013


Photo taken on June  8, 2013


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Sunlight on the bench.

Sunlight on the bench.
Like all films, T-Max is like a wonderfull mysterious woman: It will reveal it's secrets only after gentle and patient coaxing and a solid courtship.Thus TMax is slowly and timidly begining to wisper in my ear....

Kostas Papantoniou, jd weiss, Marcello Pasini, La Luna and 13 other people have particularly liked this photo


18 comments - The latest ones
Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland
Great capture.
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to Don Sutherland
Thanks so much!!
4 years ago.
Tom Angelo
Tom Angelo
Superb in every way Boris !
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to Tom Angelo
Thanks so much Tom! Here , when I saw the negatives hanging out to dry I thought it was overdeveloped and too contrasty. Much to my surprise it was a piece of cake to scan and process, the way I liked it!
4 years ago.
Tom Angelo has replied to Boris De Swan
It is perfect and I look forward to more T-Max shots from you !
4 years ago.
Scott Holcomb
Scott Holcomb
May the sun smile on your efforts!
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to Scott Holcomb
Thank you! Today it's raining so I will wait!
4 years ago.
Eduardo Romero
Eduardo Romero
Pues Tmax le va muy bien a esta foto, he oído que si la tomas con Shanghai los soles en el banco salen tristes!
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to Eduardo Romero
Ja ja ja ja ... No, no salen tristes, nomás salen con los ojos rasgados....
4 years ago.
RobbeK
RobbeK
Great - (I read TMax consumes 3x more fixer than classic film !! ) .. is it still produced ???
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to RobbeK
Where did you hear that?.. From what 've seen, Acros 100 needs more fixation or Fomapan, really calls for fresh fixer with hardener, in order to minimize the scratching. I have not experieced any notable difference in that area....And as far as I know Tmax is still under producton.. I gota bunch of rolls at an incredible price because they are 5 years outdated...
4 years ago.
RobbeK
RobbeK
In a publication from Amaloco -- A Dutch photo-chemics fabricant (making excellent chemistry - problem is, no one seems to know them outside the Benelux ).
www.amaloco.nl (mm, no English at first sight ) -- I think it still a family business ....
(I'm using their fixer for the moment, the shop in town is selling their products .. )
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Oops - Photoec Germany runs their business now .. but products are still available , but made in Germany ....
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to RobbeK
Thank you, I'll look into it!... Yesterday I paid more attention at the Fixing process of the T-max (this actual roll) and I believe that (without a Fixer exhaustion gauge) I could tell yes that the Fixer was getting depleted in strength quite faster tan with other films.... :[
4 years ago.
Rudy Buhagiar
Rudy Buhagiar
Wonderful photo Boris! Lovely bench too...
4 years ago.
Boris De Swan has replied to Rudy Buhagiar
Thank you Rudy!! Here it's kind of hard to keep up with comments on older photos!
4 years ago.
Formica
Formica
this is wonderful.
4 years ago.
"I Make Photographs"
"I Make Photographs"
Lovely
3 years ago.
La Luna
La Luna
Love the light in this!
3 years ago.