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The light meter doesn't do this lighting very well. Wasn't expecting great things. I just wanted a comparison to my B mode + counting technique.

fartstorm Taken by fartstorm with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 City Slicker (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography CN 800 120 film film in Toronto, Canada. These tags describe this photo: test, bellows, medium format, 120, and 6 x 12. Date: 2012-12. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album Testing Auto vs Bulb: Lomo 800 CN.

3 comments

  1. untangleart

    untangleart

    hey interesting for testing the B VS light meter thing I was wondering the same thing. it probably gets confused bij looking in all those small lights.

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  2. fartstorm

    fartstorm

    @untangleart Probably. I get confused by pretty lights sometimes too.

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  3. untangleart

    untangleart

    haha me to sometimes. but its good to know that it is in cases like this probably better to use the bulb and your own experience in deciding how long to expose the picture.

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