Canvases. Film, Inspiration, Print, Voigtländer 40mm f/1.4 Nokton ↑Leica MP, Voigtländer Nokton 40mm, and Fuji Superia X-tra 200. Related
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Very nice. Reminds me of your “In Step” picture posted about 2 months ago. Another Peter Prosophos signature perhaps?
Hey Andrew, it’s always nice to get a comment from you. Interesting that you see a similarity between these in many ways different images. I kind of see it, now that you mention it..
Maybe it’s the way your subconscious works? But it just might be coincidence, which is more likely!
Verry nice image. Did you use the VC @ 1.4?
Been thinking myself of using Superia 200/400 color film is an ‘cheaper’ alternative for B&W film like Neopan 400/Tri-X.
What’s your feeling about the film used in B&W for Portraits and Street?
This was probably taken at f/4.
I like using Superia for the flexibility of having both both colour and (following conversion) B&W. It renders nicely, but dedicated B&W films (Tri-X, Ilford) have the edge with respect to maximal resolution and separation of tones.
Thank you for the kind words.