Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Zorki-4 Photos #3



More from my Zorki-4

Here's a couple of photos that I liked a lot when converted to B&W, and with the contrast cranked up a bit.

8 comments:

Moi said...

those stumps remind me of a similar pic that i have in my collection.........

Piika said...

kind of creepy when they're in black/white.... like some 60's Hitchcock film

Abraham Lincoln said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting. I have been shooting pictures since 1953, using Canon and Nikon cameras. I was shooting black and white in Japan when Fuji and Kodak introduced color and we got some at our PX. We were all afraid that the color would fade out but it didn't. And we also shot the first Tri-X film and thought that was something. All of my photos that I took in Japan from 1953 to 1956 are housed in the Sendai City Museum of History and Folklore. They put on annual exhibitions there too of my work.

I got my first digital cameras about 7 years ago and gradually got back to Canon cameras. I love the two I have and use them every day. I seldom use them in any automatic mode.

I also use a Canon 75-300mm Zoom lens more than anything else.

Nice to hear from you and your experience with film.

Abraham Lincoln

Anna said...

These are classic shots JAM...nice!

lv2scpbk said...

These photos look great in black and white. My favorite is the first one.

photowannabe said...

I like these too. the b&w is a perfect treatment.
You are certainly having fun with that new-old camera.

Chad Oneil said...

Love that first one.

Ratzfatz said...

I will come back tomorrow ... but the first is my favorite too...