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Posted on 08/12/2013


Photo taken on August 11, 2013


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Fire Hydrant Across From The Post Office

Fire Hydrant Across From The Post Office
First images with my Windsor 120 camera. This hydrant sits across from the Post Office and used to be in front of another gas station we used to have. All that remains of this one is the concrete island where the pumps sat. There is a slight light leak with this camera and it shows at the very top in the middle of the images. It was more pronounced in some over the others because I started when the sun was bright, then it started going down and it didn't cause the leak to show so much.

Camera: Windsor 120 camera (Diana clone)
Film: Fuji Acros Neopan 100, 100 ISO black and white film
Aperture: F/11 (the "cloud" symbol)
Shutter speed: 1/50 sec. (approximately)
Focus range: 4 feet to 6 feet
Date: February 21st, 2010
Location: Norris City, Illinois, U.S.A.

Developed with chemicals at 68 degrees:
Kodak D-76 developer: 9 mins.
Ilford Ilfostop stop bath: 1 min.
Kodak fixer: 8 mins.
Kodak Photo-Flo 200: 1 min.

This was my first roll of 120 I ever shot or developed. I'm quite pleased with the way it turned out. If only the camera lens was a little better.

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