Tag: Kodak T-max 3200

  • July 15, Artemisia Tridentata: Big Sagebrush

    July 15, Artemisia Tridentata: Big Sagebrush

    I’m afraid this is going to be pretty boring for most of my readers, today I took a bike ride to the western outskirts of Reno in search of Artemisia Tridenta, or Big Sagebrush. Reno is on the western edge of the Great basin and is prime sagebrush country, it grows all around and even […]

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  • June 5, Five More Frames of Tmax

    June 5, Five More Frames of Tmax

    With a Skink f/71 photon sieve from the July 3rd roll.

  • July 3, 6 Frames of Tmax P3200 with a Photon Sieve:

    July 3, 6 Frames of Tmax P3200 with a Photon Sieve:

    These were shot with my Skink pancake f/71 photon sieve on my Canon IVSb2 (the Leica Ic is in the shop) and developed in Cinestill monobath. My thought in taking this roll was that the high contrast and grainy nature of Tmax 3200 would complement the sort of grainy, blurriness that the photon sieve gives. […]

  • June 19, And a Few More Zone Plate Shots

    June 19, And a Few More Zone Plate Shots

    Of downtown Salt Lake City on Kodak Tmax P3200 with a Skink f/46 zone plate on my Leica Ic.

  • June 18, A Few Frames of Downtown Salt Lake City with a Zone Plate

    June 18, A Few Frames of Downtown Salt Lake City with a Zone Plate

    These were shot on Kodak Tmax P3200 with a Skink f/46 zone plate on my Leica Ic.

  • June 15, 7 Frames from Inside the Salt Palace on Tmax 3200 (at 1600)

    June 15, 7 Frames from Inside the Salt Palace on Tmax 3200 (at 1600)

    For a while now, I’ve been fascinated by the interior architecture of the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City Utah. It’s really just a large convention hall built in 1995, but there’s something about the interior framework and glass along with the play of light they bring that really speaks to me. Before Covid hit […]