I have put in some effort during the holiday season to get out as much as possible and get some fresh air and a few snaps with whatever camera I grab at that time. Usually, that means that I walk around in the same area again and again. Thus, I have to find a way to enjoy the same scenery in many different ways. One way is to use a different camera each time, another way is to experiment with different film stocks. I chose to do both, adding “messing up during development” to my repertoire of possible variations.
Please note that my Mamiya 645 Pro used for the images in this post has a focusing issue that I need to fix. Thus, all frames are somewhat out of focus.
Where: A lake somewhere in Bavaria
Camera: Mamiya 645 Pro
Lens: Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/2.8
Film: Kodak Portra 160