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Cold Sunny Winter Day

Cold Sunny Winter Day

dinospork This photo was shot on film. Taken by dinospork with a Pentax K1000 loaded with Rollei Retro 80 film in Portland, OR, United States. These tags describe this photo: psu, portland state university, portland, state, university, winter, cold, day, sunny, park, and walk. Date: 2012-01. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Cold Sunny Winter Day - PSU.

4 comments

  1. clownshoes

    clownshoes

    Great shot and awesome stock to pick. Not as much contrast as some other Retro rolls; it's nice.

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  2. dinospork

    dinospork

    @clownshoes Thanks, this has become one of my favorite shots. The Rollei Retro 80 is challenging in this climate and season, what with the sky being almost constantly overcast. I try to squeeze as much contrast out of every shot as I can (but not more).

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  3. clownshoes

    clownshoes

    True, true. I had bought some Bluefire police 80 iso. My judgement for films that slow is that they are great for close up flash; I have an album were I used Adox 25 and used a flash. Did you develop at home?

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  4. dinospork

    dinospork

    No, it's lab-developed, home scanned. I'm sure you're right about the close-up flash for your police film...designed to compensate for flash tone, right? Apparently this retro 80 is near-infrared sensitive. I've been wanting to get a red filter and try it out, but I think I'll have to wait until the brighter, leafier time of year.

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