Trees and shadows – first roll exposed with Fuji GA645

 

Trees and shadows – first roll exposed with Fuji GA645

 
it took some time to me to finish Portra 400 (the roll is still in my fridge) and to try more suitable for the home developing ilford HP5. i don’t know if i was too excited to hold this Fuji GA645 in my hands or i needed this time to get usual to the sweet spot of this lens – Super EBC Fujinon 1:4 f = 60mm with an angle of view 60 degrees (equivalent to 37mm lens for 35mm format) – sounds like almost same like my Sigma 35mm, but i feel absolutely different when i look through the huge and bright viewfinder. also 1.3 ratio of these big frames is different and it’s very interesting to get your feedback if you paid attention to this and what is your first first glance feeling about ??

for the next step i loaded ilford FP4 – i would like to have more shallow Depth of Field in my frames, therefore ISO 125 will work better for this. hopefully i also will be faster with my usual slow photography process. this roll i processed with stand developing process (actually semi-stand – i rotated the tank one time after 30min of waiting) in R09 One Shot developer.
 
 
enjoy the Black and White nature …
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
Trees and shadows - first roll exposed with Fuji645
 
 
 
 
thank you and welcome to visit again…
 
 

9 thoughts on “Trees and shadows – first roll exposed with Fuji GA645

    1. Thank you very much !thank you Paula ! I got some addiction to these trees and scanned now another roll exposed with Hasselblad 500 and also full of trees 😉 but no shadows this time

  1. Awesome shots Victor! Very creative and artistic! You know, the images are right in line with what I got with my own GA645. Now I’m going to dig it out because of you! One of my main goals is to get more DOF out of it. It can be done as I have done with a Bronica RF645 which has pretty much the same specs, film and lens wise, with the exception of the Bronica’s interchangeable lens mount.

    1. Hey Sam ! I’m looking forward for your digs ! It a little bit problematic to get a short DOF with this lens only if to go to Aperture 4. Thank you for taking a look !

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