Posted on 09/08/2014

Photo taken on September  8, 2014

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Tomato Haze

Tomato Haze
What happens when a developing goes badly wrong. I don't really know what happened to make it turn out like this. This was the only shot I took of this tomato with this camera, so there aren't any better views, unfortunately.

Camera: Konica Autoreflex TC
Lens: Konica Hexanon AR 50mm f/1.7
Film: Fuji Film Neopan 100 Acros 35mm
Aperture: F/5.6
Shutter Speed: 1/30 sec.
Date: August 25th, 2014, 8.41 a.m.
Location: Norris City, Illinois, U.S.A.

Developing chemicals at 68 degrees:
Ilford ID11 - 8 mins.
Ilford Ilfostop stop bath: 1 min.
Ilford Hypam fixer - 7 mins.

Konica Neopan Acros 06ff

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6 comments - The latest ones
Biscotte.....Impertinente !
je ne connaissais pas les tomates de conte de fée !!
le résultat est surprenant
4 years ago.
It makes for a very interesting photo.
4 years ago.
Falling Thru The Lens ... Goodbye...
Falling Thru The Len…
Neopan in ID11 turns red ...? I like the dreamlike quality, though :-)
4 years ago.
HaarFager has replied to Falling Thru The Len…
The odd tint is because when I scanned it with my Epson V500, I forgot to switch it to black and white and instead used the color setting.
4 years ago.
Falling Thru The Len… has replied to HaarFager
Oh! Now it makes sense :-) Thank you for explaining.
4 years ago.
Janano -
Janano -
I like it!
4 years ago.