fomapan 400

  1. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed That Same Bridge Again

    Another shot of the Aurora Avenue Bridge in Seattle. This time from the other side. Olympus XA with Fomapan 400 film.
  2. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Aurora Avenue Bridge

    Here is another "digital manipulation" (aka colorized--er,...colourized--in Ps). This is the Aurora Avenue Bridge in Seattle, Washington. I used an Olympus XA2 with Fomapan 400 film. I've included the original image for comparison. Original:
  3. Brian Moore

    Turbulence

    I was in the window seat on a night time flight somewhere over a Midwestern (USA) city some years ago. I thought I'd try to get an image of the lights on the ground so I steadied my camera on the windowsill and pressed the shutter button. At that moment the air got a little bumpy. Olympus XA...
  4. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Cyclists in the Gloaming

    On 2nd Street in Seattle. As you can see the descending darkness overwhelmed my ability to hold the camera steady for the exposure time required. Nevertheless it's an image that holds some appeal for me. Olympus XA and Fomapan 400 film processed in Rodinal.
  5. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Gathering Under A Winter Tree

    Madrona Park. Seattle, Washington. Holga 120N with Fomapan 400 film processed in Rodinal.
  6. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Twin Bridges From Below

    This is the underside of the Duane Berentson Bridge, which carries part of Highway 20 connecting Fidalgo Island to the Skagit (pronounced ska-jit) Valley here in Washington State. Unofficially I guess it's referred to as the "Twin Bridges." Holga 120N with Fomapan 400 film processed in Rodinal.
  7. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Diver

    There is a small pedestrian bridge at South Lake Union Park in Seattle and one evening late last year this fellow stood on the crest of one of the arches making ready to jump. The drop isn't far,...maybe 10 or 15 feet to the water,...but the fellow couldn't work up the courage to jump. At least...
  8. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Mercer Street, Seattle

    At the Aurora Avenue underpass. Olympus XA2 with Fomapan 400 film. Rodinal developer.
  9. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Street Photography,...literally.

    It's Aurora Avenue in Seattle. While living in Seattle for 6 months I had no facility to process film (all my stuff was in storage). Now that I've moved on from Seattle I've gotten my stuff out of storage and a couple of weeks ago I processed some film that I shot there. I'll probably post a...
  10. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Sauchiehall Street at Night

    Glasgow. February 2019. My brother had painted a portrait of a friend some years before and we had made arrangements to deliver the portrait to the friend at The Horseshoe Bar on Drury Street. We parked some streets away in a multi-story car park that afforded this view of Sauchiehall Street...
  11. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Turbulence and Stardust

    I don't often select a window seat and I'm guessing I had no choice on this flight. Had my Olympus XA2 with me loaded with Fomapan 400 film. Processed in Cinestill DF96 Monobath and scanned on an Epson V500. Forgot about the (star)dust.
  12. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Restaurant Valet Drivers, Louisville

    I was standing a few metres away from these two lads and I was lining up a shot of the Old Seelbach Hotel. As I was framing the image I heard "Hey come take our picture, man," and such like heckling. I never let on initially, preferring to frame and snap my picture. But then I glanced over and...
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