A New Day  by grizzlysghost

A New Day

Film: Fujichrome Provia 100 (Expired; slide (positive) film)
Camera: 1976 Pentax 6x7
Process: E-6 at 85F
See camera here: http://365project.org/grizzlysghost/365/2011-06-03
Beautiful!
May 22nd, 2015  
Gorgeous!
May 22nd, 2015  
Lovely image, light, bokeh
May 22nd, 2015  
Excellent shot
May 22nd, 2015  
On all fronts this is absolutely gorgeous.
May 22nd, 2015  
Wow -- great bokeh, fantastic lighting.
May 22nd, 2015  
Beautiful comp and POV! Love the colors and bokeh!
May 22nd, 2015  
The colors are killer. Subtle, and effective. Developing your own stuff? Love it.
May 23rd, 2015  
Lovely bokeh!
May 23rd, 2015  
that blue,... with that green... yum
May 23rd, 2015  
This image is even more interesting, after reading the comments in your linked photo of the camera (which looks huge!). Wonderful bokeh and colors.
May 23rd, 2015  
@stillcrappysailor Thanks! I enjoy developing my own film but don't do too many slides as the E6 chemicals are kind of expensive, and the developer doesn't last very long. I'll be shooting/developing some large format Velvia soon which should be pretty fun :)
May 23rd, 2015  
@grizzlysghost - Awesome! I really enjoy seeing the recent stuff pop up in my feed. Its a nice change of pace from what everyone is posting (myself included). Refreshing that there are some experimenting a bit. Cats and kids are not my thing. ;-P (my apologies to all those who enjoy that).
What are you using to shoot the large format stuff? I can no longer justify the film expense. My significant other is already slightly annoyed at my adventures. Throwing money into the mix would be volatile. :-D
May 24th, 2015  
@stillcrappysailor The only large format I shoot is a 1945 Graflex; great versatile camera that still gets nice results. Hoping to get some landscape shots this coming week :)
May 24th, 2015  
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