Lyme Park, Cheshire, England.
The red deer had been let out to roam and rest after the rutting season.
Bronica ETRS with 75mm lens, Kodak Portra 160 film. Epson Perfection V750 Pro scanner, SilkyPix Developer Studio Pro 9 software.
Music player from the 1980s.
Objective - to see how well dark tones can be reproduced from a scanned HP5+ negative.
Negative exposed following an incident light meter reading.
Developed commercially in Kodak XTOL.
Zenza Bronica ETRS camera with Zenzanon E…
Probably the smallest depth of field possible with this equipment:
Zenza Bronica ETRS camera with Zenzanon EII 75mm f2.8 lens and 14mm extension tube; F2.8 aperture (lens fully open) and minimum focusing distance lens to subject.
Ilford HP5+ film develop…
Decision to focus on the second row of bottles and the bottles pyramid questionable?
Ilford HP5+ film developed commercially in Kodak XTOL.
Zenza Bronica ETRS camera with Zenzanon EII 75mm f2.8 lens.
Epson Perfection V750 PRO scanner.
A curious effect: the front bottles have a three-dimensional look but the back ones look flat, almost like a picture. There is flat light at the back, obviously, but perhaps the small depth of field on the 150mm lens also contributed. (150mm on 6x4.5 =…