A mish-mash from Blyth

A recent trip to the coastal town of Blyth in Northumberland resulted in this mish-mash of large format black and whites, and 35mm colour images.

I took the Intrepid 4×5 camera loaded with Fomapan 100, and 150mm and 90mm lenses. When I went to use the 150mm lenses I found it needed tightening up in the lens panel and I didn’t have a lens wrench (I’ve now ordered one) so I used the 90mm for these two shots and cropped them slightly.

Intrepid 4×5 camera, 90mm lens, and Fomapan 100 developed in HC-110

 

Intrepid 4×5 camera, 90mm lens, and Fomapan 100 developed in HC-110

Once I had the two large format shots “in the bag” I turned to my Mamiya ZM which was loaded with a roll of Fuji Velvia 100F, which expired in 2013. I’d bought three rolls of this film for £2 each. I must say that the “F” version of Velvia isn’t my favourite and I messed around with the colours in Lightroom on most of these images.

Mamiya ZM, Velvia 100F, and 135mm f2.8 Tamron Adaptall lens. No colour adjustments needed on this image.

 

Mamiya ZM, Velvia 100F, and Tamron Adaptall 35-70m lens.
Mamiya ZM, Velvia 100F, and Tamron Adaptall 35-70m lens.
Mamiya ZM, Velvia 100F, and Tamron Adaptall 35-70m lens.
Mamiya ZM, Velvia 100F, and Tamron Adaptall 35-70m lens.
Mamiya ZM,Velvia 100F, and Tamron Adaptall 35-70m lens.

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