Flowers shot on film

I’ve been using film cameras quite a bit over the last few weeks and I’ve collected together some pictures which all share the same subject – flowers.

These were taken with a variety of film cameras – a Pentax SFXn, Minolta Dynax 505si Super and Pentax MZ-30. The film used was Fuji Superia 400 colour negative film and Agfa Vista plus 200, and all were taken in Aperture Priority mode on their respective cameras. After development the negatives were scanned as Tiff files and were imported into Lightroom where a few subtle changes to highlight and shadow levels were made, and a bit of noise reduction and sharpening added.

You can see the full sized pictures by following this link, or click on the gallery below to see smaller versions.



Categories: flowers, Minolta, Pentacon/Meyer Optic, Pentax, Photography, Vintage

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