Some more shots from my trip to Paris, this time featuring the Musee Rodin which was the home of the great French sculptor Auguste Rodin. Confusingly there is a “Rodin Museum” in Philadelphia, hence I’ve used the French language name to denote the Paris original.
The main building was closed for renovation when we visited but there was a temporary building with exhibits, and much of the sculpture is in the gardens which were also open.
All of these shots were taken with a Fujifilm GA645Zi loaded with Kodak TMax 100, developed in Kodak TMax Developer and fixed with Kodak TMax fixer. I rated the film at ISO 200, giving a little more elbow room in the shaded garden areas. With TMax developer, the same developing time is used for both ISO100 and ISO100, so you can vary the speed on the same roll, and I haven’t noticed any quality loss with the images shot at ISO200.
Many people dislike the pink tinge on TMax negatives, but the TMax fixer removes this completely.