Me and Efke IR820 have a "Love & Hate" relationship. I try to do as much reading as possible with film and gather information. Today I tried something different; rather then shoot it at 400iso; I shot at 100iso. My results were much better; but still a bit all over the place.

7 Comments

  1. uncle_jay
    uncle_jay ·

    Nice album. I just bought a roll of Efke ir820 film. I was advised by the pro fotog to shoot the film at ISO 6 and to use a tripod.

  2. feelux
    feelux ·

    Good set! I like the haunting feeling that it gives.

  3. kangiha
    kangiha ·

    Love this album, really nice shots. I just ordered some of this film myself, can't wait to give it a try, Cheers!

  4. grazie
    grazie ·

    a lot of great shots in this album and I love the haunting feel :)

  5. grumpyz
    grumpyz ·

    Where is it?

  6. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    (@grumpyz) I was going to be a development way back in the early 80's. But the environmentalism railed it into the ground. They dug out massive marinas, built huge model town houses, a huge public area (the photo of the two tunnels). But now all of that is over grown and difficult to find. Right now is an awful time to visit it. I ended up caked with dead mosquitoes and sweated like crazy. It's in North Key Largo. I make alot of trips here. Message me on yahoo some time maybe we can organize a trip; I'll show you the good stuff that's off the trails.

  7. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·

    W O W ! amazing shot.