Normally, bright sun and hard shadows are the last thing you want for a portrait, but this time around it worked. 🙂
Hasselblad 500CM, 250mm/f5.6 Zeiss Sonnar lens
Ultrafine Extreme 400 film
On Canada Day (July 1st) I was in High Park, Toronto, early in the morning. I was shooting Ultrafine Extreme 400, and while I have shot it before, this is the first time I developed it with Pyrocat-HD. I love this combination! Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 … Continue reading I Like This Combination!
I need to use my Sonnar 250mm/f5.6 lens on my Hasselblad more often. It performs very well wide open, and makes handheld shots practical. Hasselblad 500CM, 250mm/f5.6 Zeiss Sonnar lens with orange filter Ilford HP5 Plus film, developed in Pyrocat HD
From another roll I shot last weekend at the Guildwood Hasselblad 500CM, 50mm/f4 Zeiss Distagon lens Ilford Pan F Plus film, developed on Rodinal
To anyone reading the title and expecting a boudoir image (or dreading a nude selfie!), the title of this post refers to my first time developing film with Cinestill Df96 Monobath. Instead of a separate developer, stop bath and fixer, this monobath does it all in one step, and requires less rinse time (and less water) afterwards. I can see myself using this product a lot! The images below are from a roll shot in Niagara-On-the-Lake, that I had not gotten around to processing. Glad I waited!
Hasseblad 500CM, Ilford HP5+, developed in Cinestill Df96 monobath.