Outside Fryberg Pool.
Sports finder styles 🙂
I have been working through a large backlog of film processing and actual work at the moment so blog has been a bit neglected sorry. Will try and be a bit more onto it 🙂
Revisted Kau Point again yesterday afternoon and since we had been there last it looks like someone had a bit of a party there, complete with generator, smoke machine and they even put in a toilet and shower. It didn’t feel half as spooky as it did the first time we were there.
I hadn’t tried balls of light for a while so decided this was the place to have anther go… Still need to work on my technique a bit to get the balls perfectly spherical but was happy with a least one of them 🙂
Nikon D90, Sigma 12-24mm Lens, ISO 400.
Sorry have been a bit slack putting up posts of late… Youngest daughter is in “constant stream of talking” mode which makes it a bit hard to concentrate for longer than more than 3 seconds (she has interrupted 3 times just in this sentence).
This combined with 7 rolls of film sitting round waiting to be developed means I having been getting on with things as much as I probably should…
Anyhow here goes some more shots from the Holga Pano camera I converted 🙂 Enjoy.
A couple of Holga Panos from a few weeks ago when I went out to Fort Opau, an old WW2 gun emplacement.
Holga 120 Camera with Custom 35mm Pano Adaptor, Ilford Delta 100 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.
What better way to compliment a 20’s inspired shoot than with some behind the scenes shots from a 50’s camera 🙂
Rolleiflex 2.8 E, Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Film, CanoScan 9000F Scanner.