B&W V - Push Photography
Trying out a process that fools the film into thinking it is a higher ISO than it is.
Nikon F5 35mm Film Camera/AF-S Nikkor 28-300mm lens
B&W IV - Livermore Structures
There's a lot to like about my town. Walking the streets on a whim, I found these gems.
Nikon F5 35mm Film Camera/AF-S 28-300mm Lens
First shoot for Photo-60, August 2018. DelValle on the south side for a change.
Nikon F5 35mm film camera, AF-S Nikkor 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 G
Since my school has a darkroom, I can take my B&W photos from shutter click to print. The magic of seeing your vision realized in the developer cannot be described. It never gets old either...
Nikon F5 35mm Film Camera with a variety of lenses.
Black and White Film Photography
This is both the most challenging and the most rewarding medium I work with. Using B&W film, I do it all; from capturing the images to developing the film to printing the images in a darkroom. The sheer joy of seeing your visualization appear on paper while in the develop? Immeasurable! The amount of work it takes to get there? I don't even notice. Suddenly my time is up. I'm either done or coming back tomorrow. ;~)
These were taken over the course of the last year with my Nikon F5 35mm Film camera with various lenses.