This blog post is made possible by my friend Jim at http://blog.jimgrey.net/
I’ve loaded my EXA with Tri X for about 3 – 4 weeks, but never been able to finish it. Who knows I can finish it all in one day, plus another roll in another camera, after the snow storm.
The other camera is my newly refurbished Agfa Super Silette with the 45mm f3.5 3 element Apotar. Never guessed the Apotar would be that sharp in the right light. See for yourself! (Look at captions to see which camera I shot with) Also look at the beautiful pattern made by the film gate on the edge of the frames.
By the way, the camera giveaway is still going on, please read my previous blog post Giving Back To My Readers.
EXA TRI X – Like Severin said, snow is funny.
EXA TRI X – Panning with Waist Level Finder? No problem.
EXA TRI X – Lovely Expressions
EXA TRI X – I overheard the excitement behind me , turned around and snapped this.
EXA TRI X – Snow was very fluffy at one spot.
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – WIPE OUT
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – The 2013 Version of the photo I took last year, Winter Wonderland.
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – She was going like a bullet.
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – “Let me Gather My Thoughts”
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – Good old fashion way to do it!
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – Walking on the frozen Lake Michigan
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – Nothing too exciting but to show you how the ice forms from the water / wave.
AGFA SUPER SILLETTE ACROS – Let me explain this. First off, we are on the frozen lake Michigan by the shore. Snow covered on top of the frozen lake. And this is not a rock, it’s frozen lake water, beach sand and other sediments found in water, formed by wave.