Photography at Lunch

Earlier this week a work friend asked if I’d be interested in shooting some film at lunch. She has been a major source of my camera collection which she had acquired from family members over the years, so I was more than happy to provide some film and go out shooting. She has held on to a couple cameras for sentimental reasons and wanted to try them out. We loaded up her small Voigtlander viewfinder camera and I had brought my Kodak Tourist with a roll of Arista EDU Ultra 200 and we headed down to the river behind our work. The water level was quite low so we could walk out a bit and photograph the various rocks and logs that were now protruding from the remaining ice. Below are a couple shots from the outing.

Camera: Kodak Tourist II
Lens: Kodet 86mm f/12.5
Film: Arista EDU Ultra 200
Developer: Kodak HC-110 Dilution B @ 19.7C for 6:08 minutes.
Scanner: Epson V850
Catalog ID: 2018-010


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