tri-x 400

  1. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Dal'i Bar

    Céret, France. I realize its a conceit, but I like to think the serendipitous ascent of the dove as I snapped this photo renders something a little bit surreal, perhaps in homage to the great surrealist. Olympus OM2n with Tri-X.
  2. Brian Moore

    C'mon man,...

    Des Moines Art Museum. Des Moines, Iowa. OM2n with Tri-X.
  3. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed It's Been A Long Day

    Carcassone, France. Olympus OM2n with Kodak Tri-X.
  4. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Bonjour!

    A charming French gentleman greets us with an elegant salutation as we walked along a Paris street on an early morning in 2017. Olympus OM2n with Tri-X at ISO 1600. (Why ISO 1600 in daylight? The evening previous I had been taking some photos of the cathedral at Montmartre and I didn't want to...
  5. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Sand Berm Cartwheel

    Newport Beach, California. Some years ago. Holga 120N (light leaker!) with Tri-X. Rodinal developer.
  6. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Something by Candlelight (I think)

    The Olympus XA series of cameras (specifically the ones I have used--which is to say XA, XA2 and XA3) can have a very touchy shutter release. I think this image may be the result of me accidentally tripping the hair-trigger shutter of my XA3. I otherwise have no explanation for it. XA3 with...
  7. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Idle Life Of An Usher Mid-Inning

    Olympus OM2n with Tri-X.
  8. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Crosswalk Portraits 1

    When I lived and worked in Southern California I spent a lot of time sitting at traffic lights. One day, stopped at a red and first away when green came, I decided to photograph people as they crossed in front me. Usually I used an Olympus XA (or XA2 or XA3) which I almost always had with me...
  9. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Sentinal

    Some years ago I purchased an old Voigtlander Bessa folding camera. It shoots 120 film and produces 6x9 negatives. It was in very nice condition given its age. (Serial number suggests 1938.) Even its bellows were supple and light-tight. I've shot a few rolls with it. I made this image on one...
  10. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Maybe Didn't Read The Instructions

    Olympus OM2n with Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Rodinal.
  11. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Tiny

    Main Street in Huntington Beach a few years ago. Superheadz Blue Ribbon toy camera with Kodak Tri-X 4oo processed in Rodinal.
  12. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed 40 Winks. No,...80 Winks

    Downtown Los Angeles. Directly across the street from Union Station. Not gunshot victims. Just people having a snooze. Canon P with Tri-X processed in Rodinal.
  13. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Portrait Of A Lamppost On Grass

    Norfolk, Virginia. Olympus OM2n and Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Rodinal.
  14. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Profile of The Broad

    The Broad (pronounced as in "road") Museum in Los Angeles, as seen from upstairs in the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Olympus OM2n with Kodak Tri-X 400 film processed in Cinestill D96 Monobath and scanned on an Epson V500.
  15. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Blue Jays vs Angels

    Angel Stadium, Anaheim California. June 30, 2018. Olympus OM2n with Kodak Tri-X 400 film processed in Cinestill DF76 Monobath and scanned on an Epson V500.
  16. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Blue Jays vs Angels

    Angel Stadium, Anaheim California. June 30, 2018. Olympus OM2n with Kodak Tri-X 400 film processed in Cinestill DF76 Monobath and scanned on an Epson V500.
  17. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Changeup!

    At the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim versus Toronto Blue Jays game on June 30, 2018. In baseball parlance a "changeup" is a pitch intended to fool the batter into thinking a fastball is on the way, when in fact the pitch thrown is much slower. The ruse is based on the pitcher's motion which is...
  18. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Detail of St. Basil's

    I think this might be the entrance. Olympus OM2n. Tri-X processed in Cinestill DF76 Monobath.
  19. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed St. Basil's Chapel On A Wet, Dreary Day

    This is in Houston, Texas. Shot with my Olympus OM2n and Olympus 35/2.8 shift lens with Kodak Tri-X 400 film. Normally I process my B&W film in Rodinal. (Although I went through a period a few years ago using Caffenol as a developer.) However, I had recently used the last of my Rodinal and...
  20. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Street in Céret

    Olympus OM2n with Olympus 35/2.8 shift lens and Kodak Tri-X 400 processed in Rodinal.
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