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The process of a photo 3/3

By liveitshareit on 2013.06.13 In Equipment Trips

This will be the last part of this series. Here, I will just quickly explain how the process usually look out for me when I’m done with the pictures.
Since I mostly shoot landscapes with film as it will be to send them in a direct in a photo bag to the lab which I prefer. The film I use is velvia 50 and a slide film. This type of film elicited no longer in many places so it takes between 1-2 weeks to get it home.
This is both extremely annoying and fun. Opening up the negatives makes one believe it’s Christmas Eve.

Once they are now at home, you have to scan the order to start editing. It is always necessary to remove dust or alter any shade. This is an expensive, tedious, time-consuming and complicated process but it delivers some really good results.

If you enjoy photography but think it has become tedious and not developed or lost the “glow”, buy an analogue equipment. It makes you think more about how the images have to be successful (you only have 36, 24, 12 or 10 frames per roll).

I have also posted the pictures in part two of this series. Here are some of the pictures I took on this trip.
Järleån1

 

Mamiya RZ 67 Pro II
50mm F4.5 ULD
Shutter speed: 4 Seconds
Aperture: F/32
ISO: 50 (Velvia 50)

Järle2

Mamiya RZ 67 Pro II
50mm F4.5 ULD
Shutter speed: 2 Seconds
Aperture: F/32
ISO: 50 (Velvia 50)
Jarle4-c

Mamiya RZ 67 Pro II
50mm F4.5 ULD
Shutter speed: 3 Seconds
Aperture: F/32
ISO: 50 (Velvia 50)

I hope you liked some of it. / Rickard Eriksson

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  1. ninasunden wrote:

    Väldigt vackra foton!

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