The Main Lodge Interior 1950's

I got to stay at the main lodge with the owner while my family stayed in one of the cabins (that didn't have enough beds:). So one night set up my Bronica on a tripod along with two tungsten flood lights to brighten the dark interior. Even though the Ektachrome EPT 160t film expired in 1999 the slides came out wonderfully. Just a little lacking in the blacks (easily corrected in CS5). The owner described to my how ever little knick knack has a story behind it and that much of the decor hasn't changed since the 1960s ! What a wonderful place full of history.

3 Comments

  1. trw
    trw ·

    Brilliant!

  2. marcus_loves_film
    marcus_loves_film ·

    @trw This cabinet top opens up into a mini bar! It is filled with beautiful glassware, stirs, recipes, and liquor from the 1950! I'll save those pictures for another day.

  3. trw
    trw ·

    I'll look forward to those pictures. The composition of this shot is really what got me. The lamp reflected in the mirror and the way the light falls. Well done, my friend!