What exactly does a ‘stop’ look like?
If you’re unaware, the Sunny 16 rule is an old principle of photography that gives us a simple way to calculate exposure without a meter: simply set your shutter speed to the reciprocal of the ISO and f/16 should give more or less accurate exposure in full sunlight.
Polypan F 50 is a 50 ISO film. The LC-A has a fixed shutter speed of 1/60th in Aperture-Preferred mode. Sounds perfect… Continue reading “Sunny 16, ft. the LC-A and Polypan F 50”
It’s been so long since I shot and developed this roll that I don’t remember much about it… I got busy with all the rolls that I shot over Spring Break, and then it was all the birthday gift stuff (and there’s still stuff to share from that too). Apologies.
Of the black & white films I’ve shot thus far, the Polypan F is by far my favorite. Continue reading “Polypan F 50 (Compania Imago)”
I’ve shot through a couple of rolls of Compania Imago films now and I’ve noticed a couple of things that they have in common, despite being films from different manufacturers and different vintages, and the first roll of Rollei CN200 I shot had some strange scratches and gouges that none of the others had. Continue reading “Compania Imago film thoughts”