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Long exposure with Fomapan 100 #believeinfilm   #fomapan   #ishootfilm   #filmphotography   #fomapan100   #longexposures  
Hackfort Manor is a popular location for a short stroll. As I was exposing this shot, a couple walked by, got curious and started talking to me and not rea
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Sedona, Arizona. #believeinfilm   #ishootfilm   #filmphotography   #sedona   #arizona  
View from the viewing platform at the Starbucks in Sedona; the hills in the background are lit up by the sun, the hills in the foreground are still in the
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What's left of a Cholla cactus, photographed down a wash. One of those photos where you walk past the subject just barely noticing something in the corner
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FRI 8 JULY 1983 / 00:30 – 02:00 / CARROUSEL ZAAL 1:
TRUMPET-NO-END: DOC CHEATMAN, WILD BAL, DAVI SON, HARRY EDISON, JON FADDIS, DIZZY GILLESPIE, ACK VAN ROOYEN, CLARK TERRY, WARREN VACHE #believeinfilm  #jazz #northseajazzfestival #jazzmusic  
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FRI 8 JULY 1983 / 00:30 - 02:00 / CARROUSEL ZAAL 1: TRUMPET-NO-END: DOC CHEATMAN, WILD BAL, DAVI SON, HARRY EDISON, JON FADDIS, DIZZY GILLESPIE, ACK VAN RO
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ADOX 100 CHS ART film  #believeinfilm   #ishootfilm   #filmisnotdead  
A week of snow related photos. ADOX CHS 100 ART at EI 100, developed in HC-110 dilution E for 8:30 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds
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Kannon hall at Temple #31, Chichibu #chichibu   #japan #japantravel #believeinfilm     #kannon    #pilgrimage   #buddhism
Walking the 34 Kannon Temples Pilgrimage in Chichibu, Japan, very recommended if you want to experience a different Japan; so many tourists just stick to t
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No more excuses, I'm now the proud owner of a Cambo SC2 4×5 Large Format camera and the first self developed HP5+ looks good!  http://monochrome.me.uk/news/cambo-sc2-4x5-camera/ #believeinfilm
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ADOX Color Implosion film

Aperture: ƒ/5.6
Camera: PENTAX MZ-S
Focal length: 50mm
ISO: 100
Shutter speed: 1/250s
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My grandfather from my mother’s side with Ilse van de Kilstroom, his guide-dog, in 1946/1947; my grandfather was the first blind person with a guide dog in the town of Zwolle
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Zorki-S: Landscape with tree

Shot with a vintage Zorki-S camera. #believeinfilm   #ishootfilm   #filmphotography   #zorki  #zorki-s 
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ADOX CHS 100 ART at EI 100 #believeinfilm  
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Watermill at Hackfort Manor #believeinfilm   #ishootfilm   #filmisnotdead  

My last shot of 2014, a long exposure of this watermill.

Foma Fomapan 100 at EI 100, developed in HC-110 dilution H for 10 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions every 30 seconds

Aperture: ƒ/22
Camera: PENTAX 67II
Focal length: 135mm
ISO: 100
Shutter speed: 204s
My last shot of 2014, a long exposure of this watermill. Foma Fomapan 100 at EI 100, developed in HC-110 dilution H for 10 minutes, agitation: 2 inversions
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Photographer and addicted to Pentax medium format cameras and a big fan of jazz music
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After having worked mostly in Digital for the past few years, I find myself going back to my roots and shooting on black and white film almost exclusively. 

So why do I prefer film above digital photography? The simple answer is that, being mainly interested in black and white, I think the results look better. I shot several years with different DSLRs with state of the art sensors, but didn't appreciate the Photoshop/Lightroom processing of black and white and somehow I got very sloppy. I do think that I take more care composing and spend more time on choosing the aperture and exposure when shooting film; whereas shooting in Digital, I would just take several shots with different exposures and intended to junk the ones I didn't like at home. But with all those shots, I somehow never ended up with that one shot that was special. Made me lazy and certainly not a better photographer, I think is what I want to say.
I really appreciate what some people are doing in colour but I never could reach those results. So going back to black and white film made me happy again, but why stop at film? Shouldn't I go back to daguerreotype photography or earlier? You might and there are plenty of people who do, but not for me at the moment.

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We did a Temple Stay (shukubo) here and it was very nice and the experience made my vacation! I enjoyed it much more than the Temple Stay we had on Mt Koya. 5 stars from me!
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