Thursday, November 29, 2012

Long road quick visit

The weather wasn’t too nice for my brief return to Ophir. But I got out here and there anyway.
Above sisters, Andrew D. Barron©11/28/12 [iPhone 4S, Hipstamatic 260, mCam lite]
Got out my Polaroid Land Cameras:
From above Sisters Rocks, Andrew D. Barron©11/28/12 [Polaroid 330, FP100C]
My Land Cameras (100&330) have got pretty beat up on the road with Hellbound Glory. The multi-apertures of the 100 are great, but the light leaks are impressive. It has something to do with the 3000 speed film, but it could also be the bellows.
Entering Ophir, Andrew D. Barron©11/28/12 [Polaroid 100, FP3000B]
I wandered into to town after a burger at the Wedderburn store.
Gold Beach rainbow, Andrew D. Barron©11/28/12 [iPhone 4S, Hipstamatic 260, mCam lite]
Andrew D. Barron©11/28/12 [iPhone 4S, Hipstamatic 260, mCam lite]
Today was a quiet day. The plans I had did’t seem to work out (computer crap) so i just settled into my old mode here in Ophir.
Nesika Beach market rust, Andrew D. Barron©11/29/12 [iPhone 4S, 6x6, mCam lite]
Nesika puddle, Andrew D. Barron©11/29/12 [iPhone 4S, 6x6, mCam lite]
Apocalypse IPA, Andrew D. Barron©11/29/12 [iPhone 4S, 6x6, mCam lite]
After playing with the 6x6 tiff-file output, I learned of their new camera app, called the 645 PRO. Here is a raw file from the time the sun went down.
Euchre Creek marsh sunset, Andrew D. Barron©11/29/12 [iPhone 4S, 6x6, mCam lite]
Having a camera-raw output from the iPhone is a logical advance and I look forward to tinkering with it.

I am also trying to find some love for the wonderful loaner Hasselblad 500c/m. I scanned in some old negatives and hope to post them here shortly. I am very out of practice scanning film negatives. With this shot from January 2012, I am reminded again that I think I will have to get some kind of calibration software that knows what kind of film I used. This was Ektar 100. And I scanned it with the wrong side down. Sheesh.
Sunset above Cape Sebastian, Andrew D. Barron©1/1/12 [Hasselblad 500c/m]]
This double exposure was a problem with one of my film backs, only 6 frames later I was many hundreds of miles south getting out of the Oregon Gray.
Sunrise at Dolomite Mine, Imperial County, CA, Andrew D. Barron©1/9/12 [Hasselblad 500c/m]]

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