I liked the look this building in the afternoon light.
Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f1.7 Ultron lens
Kodak TMax 400 film, developed in TMax Developer
Today’s post is a set of photographs I took at the National Holocaust Memorial in Ottawa. The Memorial is a stark reminder of the depths mankind can sink to, and for me at least the dark skies point to dangerous times ahead.
Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f1.7 Ultron lens with red filter
Rollei Retro 80s film, developed in TMax Developer
Adox CMS 20 II is basically a high contrast ultra fine grain microfilm stock that can be used as a continuous tone film when developed with special developers. The main developer for this film (Adotech) tends to be expensive so photographers are always looking for other options. In this case I tried Rollei RLC Low contrast developer, itself not cheap but I had some around. It was a very bright day, almost unfair for this film but I did get some usable images.
Voigtlander Bessa R2M, 35mm/f.17 Voigtlander Ultron lens
Adox CMS 20 II film, Rollei RLC Low Contrast developer,
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