but a nice winter weekend…* [this post contains a few more pictures than one]
i used a tripod for example.
my poor tripod wasn’t really up to the task carrying the quite heavy seagull but it did an amazingly good job eventually. so i now can confirm, i can get sharp pictures from this camera and i’m just incapable of doing this handheld obviously.
try to meter with my trusty olympus e-pl1 and use it for the making-of pictures of course.
i have also improved on my digitizing process, but there is still a bit of headroom left in the complete workflow i guess. i got an acrylic plate, put the negatives on them and fired a flash from behind the plate. the result looked a lot like this:
i then inverted these shots, cropped the individual negatives and converted them to (filtered) black and white in lightroom.
here are some more pictures from my second roll.
as you can see i’m still unsure regarding the relation of what i see in the viewfinder and where it turns out on the negative. i’d say i put the pyramid right into the middle of it but the negative says otherwise.
and finally a shot of the climbing frame that i did not manage to get focussed properly the first time.
and as you can see, there are still eight pictures left of this roll to be shown, e.g. a lovely (but accidental) multiexposure.
*for the ornithologists and idiomaticists: i can tell a seagull from a swallow… ;)