Long Exposure Testing

Back to Long Exposure testing with my trusty Gnome Pixie Box camera.
Used a lighter grade welding glass this time (grade 3) as the exposures before were way too long, 30 mins in bright summer sun! With the G3 Glass and using Fomapan 100 film the shot was taken with around 15 mins of exposure and it was a gloomy day in the woods. The negative came out really light so it could have done with another 5-10 minutes really but nonetheless with a bit of Post Production the image popped right out. We are getting somewhere now, with a nice bright day I could probably get this down to 5 minutes or so.

 

The Camera

img_20160909_112549

The Location

img_20160909_105418

Through the View finder

img_20160909_105120

The Finished Shot

col192

A lot of faffing around but hopefully you’ll agree that it was worth it!

Camera: Gnome Pixie
Film: Fomapan 100 120
Development: Tetenal Paranol S

Advertisements

HOLMAN BROS LTD

col199.jpg

Camera: Olympus Trip 35

Film: Agfa Vista Colour Film

Development: Cross Processed in Paranol S Black and White Chemicals

Holman was a blacksmith who worked closely with Richard Trevithick and others to produce steam engines. After establishing Holman Brothers, the company branched out into all forms of mining machinery and quickly became a leading international manufacturer of drills and tools.

At its height Holmans was spread over three sites within Camborne, employing some three and half thousand people.

Cornish mining is renowned worldwide. Alongside the mining industry there evolved an industry manufacturing specialised mining equipment. Holman’s founder, Nicholas Holman started a boiler works in 1801.

At its height Holmans was spread over three sites within Camborne, employing some three and half thousand people.