Single subject, three versions

My local lockdown walks have, of necessity, produced a more limited range of subject matters than I usually like; as a result I’ve managed to accumulate (so far) three different images of the same broken gate.

Regular readers have already seen this version, taken on Kodak Vision 50D cine film, loaded in an Olympus 35RC camera:

And here’s a “standard” mono medium-format version, taken on Ilford FP4+ rated at EI 200. The camera was a Yashicamat 124G and the film was developed in HC-110:

Close to home

And finally, at least for now, here’s a near-infrared version, taken with Ilford SFX200 film plus an R72 filter in a Mamiya RZ67 and 65mm lens.

I’ll try a pinhole version at some point in the future.

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