Thursday, October 02, 2014

Driving up Highway 35, the Colour Edition


Like I said last post, I only shot one roll of black and white film this year on the Algonquin road trip. I also wanted to shoot some medium format this year too so my new to me Rolleicord Vb came along for the ride. I chose my colour film carefully, Kodak Ektar 100 and Fuji Reala 100 for out in the open shots and Kodak Portra 400 for more sheltered locations and used a 35mm circular polarizer most of the time on my Nikon gear to make the colours pop.

I could not believe the stretch of perfect weather we had this past weekend, sunshine and a high of 25c, it contrasts with last year which was cool and wet. You can't ask for nicer weather.

Camera: Nikon FE, Nikkor Ais 35 f2, 105 f2.5 lens, B+W Circular Polarizer.
Film: Kodak Ektar 100

Square Photos
Camera: Rolleicord Vb with a 75 f3.5 Xenar lens,
Film: Fuji Reala 100

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Looking out on the Lake of Bays

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Canadian Shield Between Dorset and Highway 60 on 35

Highway 35 Headed North

Back Road.


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