Tag: Rodinal

Still Life Project

I have decided to start a still life project this week. Not bowls of fruit and bottles of wine (not that there is anything wrong with those as subjects of course!) But objects I find interesting. This is a manual drill that belonged to my late father-in-law, who could make or repair anything.

Rolleiflex 3.5E3 with Xenotar lens and Rollinar #1 close-up attachment
Ilford Pan F+ film, developed in Rodinal



This spot in High Park has been featured below, but this time the image was created from a slightly different angle. I quite like the look of RPX25 in medium format!

Mamiya RZ67, 65mm/f4.5 C lens
Rollei RPX25 film, developed in Rodinal

Rollei RPX25 and Medium Format

Back to one of my happy places in High Park. I continue to be on a bit of a fine grain slow speed film kick. Rollei RPX25 is another amazing film, but you have to get the exposure right. (It really doesn’t like over-exposure). It has a nice snappy contrast, making it perfect for dull days).

Mamiya RZ67, Rollei RPX25 film, developed in Rodinal

Ghost #1

This past Saturday on a very gloomy and dull morning I went to High Park with my Mamiya RZ67, slow speed fine-grained films and of course a tripod. Exposures were often 1 second more, so any moving people in the image would be a ghostly blur. I like the effect!

Mamiya RZ67 on tripod, Rollei RPX25 film developed in Rodinal
Exposure: 1 second