ISO 25 shots with the 12mm Voigtlander and 35mm Summicron from the CT and Deerfield Rivers and from Shelburne.

7 Comments

  1. gotoarizona
    gotoarizona ·

    great color:)

  2. djcosta
    djcosta ·

    amazing color. I was expecting a bit more of green when you'd go down to ISO 25...

  3. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    @djcosta, it will go green if you go lower, in other words, expose it more. I have found it acts differently in different cameras too, the quality of the glass will affect it greatly.

  4. djcosta
    djcosta ·

    @clickiemcpete thanks. I've been taking my rolls of redscale with the Olympus Trip 35 at ISO 25 and sometimes I get a bit more of green... but true, depends on the lens quality and the type of light you're shooting on.

  5. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    @djcosta, yes, the Trip 35 probably is exposing it a bit more than the 25 and I probably had this roll set between 25 and 50. I shot a roll with a Canon EOS last year at ISO 8 and still did not get the greens so it really seems to depend on the camera, the lens and the strength of the light. Double and triple exposures will usually go green but they tend to start getting very grainy.

  6. simonesavo
    simonesavo ·

    Great!!!

  7. jesselau
    jesselau ·

    nice!!!!