So let’s stick a third film in the Hassie and go around town with it. First stop, one Fullerton for dinner, opposite Marina Bay Sands.
For going out the Hassie and a Tripod are a bit bulky but that’a all right.
The light is measured with the Sekotic 380, 1/15 second, F2.8, I pressed the pre-release to avoid camera shake and here you go! My first night capture!
Camera: Hasselblad 500 CM Lens: Planar 80mm CF T* Film: Kodal Ektar 100 Scanner: Epson V500 Processing: LR3+PS Elements 4.0
Camera: Nikon F Photomnic (Prism in working order) Lens: Nikkor 50mmF1.4 AIS Film: Hilford Delta 100 ScannerEpson ,V500 Processing: LR3+PS Elements 4.0
Ok, this week a small break from the Nepal pictures; the Kallang Airport (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kallang_Airport), which was Singapore airport from 1937 to 1995, was opened to the public this year as part on the Singapore Biennale. Just got the film back from the shop and here are some pictures.
For these picture I brought my Manfrotto tripod; the F mirror shake is generally so bad that I feel these pictures really got a benetif from using a tripod for once.
Instead of the original 50mmF1.4 S I used my “new” 50mmF1.4AIS.
Also during this time I have been de-stocking some stuff: my Lowepro Slingshot bag is gone, it was too small , my gear too heavy (and the strap does not feel comfortable with my beerbelly ;)), the excellent Nikkor 24mm F2.8 is gone today as well, I don’t really use it any more since I bought the 17-35F2.8, fair-well my friends. Don’t worry, I am not just making void; mostly making room for a new acquisition very soon.