As mentioned previously, I spent the week in Shutter Priority mode. I started out at 1/60th with the Sigma 30mm f/1.4, but the thumbwheel got spun accidentally, so the first one of these was shot at 1/100.
When I uploaded these and started playing around, I had just been looking at Yusuf Sevincli’s Good Dog, and so I got a bit heavy-handed with the post-work. (Mr. Sevinçli is a film shooter, I think, so he has some excuse… this is all tech-based.) After looking at pictures like that, anything shot on a digital camera with modern lenses just looks too slick.
We’re analog… I think we need more analog and less digital in our lives.
D7000. Sigma 30mm f/1.4. ISO100, 1/100 & 1/60th, Shutter Priority mode. B/W conversion based on Brandon Oelling’s Tri-X 400 preset, tweaked.
And stay tuned for a special project…