Last week we took a family trip to Tarn Hows, a delightful small lake a few miles from Coniston in the English Lake District.
As it was a family walk rather than a photo expedition, I left the Mamiya RZ67 at home and took the Fujifilm GA645Zi combined with my lightest tripod, which is OK as long as it’s not windy. I knew I would need the tripod as I would be shooting Kodak Ektar, ISO100, possibly in low light levels in the woods.
I’ve been shooting mostly Portra recently but Ektar is also a fine film and works well with Autumn tones.
In the right conditions Tarn Hows some fine views of the Langdale Pikes and the Coniston Fells, but as it was hazy and there were quite a lot of people about I concentrated on smaller details and tried to exclude the sky.
The film was processed at home using the Fuji Hunt X-Press C41 kit.