KIEV 60 -The power is in the lens
Beautiful shots. This was my third "test" roll in the Kiev 60. This time, I used the "Ultimate Exposure Computer" technique (kind of like an extrapolated version of Sunny 16). It seemed to helped aperture/shutter speed settings a lot, especially in this overcast weather. I still only have the waist-level viewfinder. My TTL viewfinder is on its way from Russia :).This photo was shot on film. Taken by fornoise with a Kiev 60 loaded with Ilford HP5 (120, 400iso) film in Pittsburgh, United States. These tags describe this photo: kiev, 60, hp5, ilford, 120, b&w, overcast, cloudy, rainy, snowy, snow, door, old, antique, paint, peeling, tree, mold, fungus, moss, jug, cat, kitty, meow, model, posing, eyes, life, beauty, focus, manual, no, light, meter, street, road, bricks, plants, bird, reflection, rose, love, hate, misery, frame, hc-110, and developer. Date: 2011-03-11. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album KIEV 60 - The power is in the lens.
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