Got clouds?

Yep, I did. We had spectacular clouds that day, and I had an excellent opportunity to field-test my new green filter in a special 36mm push-on size for the Industar-22 collapsible lens of my Zorki.
The film is not so long overdue, but has developed some interesting textures and defects at random spots. Not too unhappy with that fact though.

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10 Comments

  1. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Not sure I've ever seen a green filter on b&w shots before. Interesting, though. Would be nice to compare it with a more traditional red filter.

  2. adash
    adash ·

    @buckshot I believe you wouldn't find too much difference in the sky alone. Green foliage will look brighter with a green filter though.

  3. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    I guess you're right. Good point.

  4. adash
    adash ·

    @buckshot Note that the sky that day was quite contrasty on its own, because of the low sun I guess.

  5. kibs
    kibs ·

    Great idea to use the green filter. Album turned out great!

  6. streuobst
    streuobst ·

    again a great picture

  7. dida
    dida ·

    love the sky

  8. ricoinbrooklyn
    ricoinbrooklyn ·

    Nice album!

  9. troch
    troch ·

    WOW!!

  10. kcmuguet
    kcmuguet ·

    amazing!