Burnside Church

Historic Interdenominational Church. Wairarapa.

Photographer:
lomodesbro
Uploaded:
2015-10-25
Tags:
alternative processes argyrotype church contact print
Camera:
Lomo Lubitel 2
Film:
Ilford FP4
Lens:
Triplet-22 f 4.5 75mm
City:
Wellington
Country:
New Zealand

5 Comments

  1. poncirus
    poncirus ·

    I think I've read somewhere 6x6cm negs are too small to make a decent contact print. You prove them wrong. Love this one, very atmospheric.

  2. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Congratz @lomodesbro POTD!! Too bad Kodak #115 roll film is long gone. 4 1/2 x 5 1/2 in negs, 8 per roll, I think. My grandmother had an elaborate box camera that used this called Camara Corona #115 (Hecho en Mexico). It had focus, shutter speeds, apertures, aerial viewfinders, and backs for rolls and 5 x 7 sheet films. She was able to get roll films into 1950's. VERY SHARP contact prints from Thrifty Drug Store. Long lost...

  3. troch
    troch ·

    Congrats on POTD. Beautiful shot rendered perfectly with the argyrotype.

  4. sanram007
    sanram007 ·

    Man I haven't done an argotype in years. This one is fantastic.

  5. dr_dorokhov
    dr_dorokhov ·

    All recent pictures are wonderful! :-) They look like engravings. Confratulations on Photo Of The Day! :-)

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