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Aperture wider than Jordans quim!

Aperture wider than Jordans quim!

Yeah so it was sunny and the only C41 120 i had knocking about in the fridge were a couple of rolls of Lomo RS so i decided to load it in my Bronica and test out some shallow depth and leave the aperture wide open to get some buttery bokeh. In conclusion it appears i need to practise a little of with the waist level finder and maybe veer away from such a shallow depth.

chilledvondub Taken by chilledvondub with a Bronica ETRS loaded with Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 (120) film in Horsham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: f/2.8, 75mm, shallowdepth, bokeh, homedev, 5l, rapidkit, fujihunt, 120, 50-200, lomo, redscale, etrs, and bronica. This photo can also be found in the album Shallow be thy depth, Redscale be thy name!.

4 comments

  1. shoujoai

    shoujoai

    Amazing album! I love the tones of Redscale XR <3

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  2. erbswurst

    erbswurst

    lovely!

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  3. chilledvondub

    chilledvondub

    @shoujoai - thanks a lot yeah its a magical film, i love the fact you can get completely different results depending on what speed you rate it on

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  4. chilledvondub

    chilledvondub

    @erbswurst thanks :)

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