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Mel's Neon - During the day

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I-95 South

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Location: I-95 South into Downtown Miami
Model: Nikon F6
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400
Lens Model: Voigtlander Ultron 40mm f/2

Palm Exposure

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Double exposure palm tree

Sausages on Film

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Sausages on the grill

Double Orange Flower

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FLOWERS ON FILM
Lomo CN 100

Neon Star

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Neon Five Point Star

Chairlift

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Spectacular views without the hike!

Acros in Downtown Miami

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Late night assortment of Acros 100 II film photos in Downtown Miami

Fun with double exposure

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Double Exposure on Cinestill 400D
Lizard painting
Sunset in two directions

Birds on Cinestill 400D

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How many birds do you see in this photo?
The answer is 3.

Cinestill 400D

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Some halation with Cinestill 400D

Buc-ee's Pecan Log

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Buc-ee's Pecan Log review: WOW this thing is sweet!

Spiky!

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FLOWERS ON FILM
Lomo CN 100

Pink!

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Mel's Neon

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Walk Film Diptych

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Walk; Who does it better?
Stone that doesn't move?
Screen that only blinks?

Fireworks 800T style

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Slide film

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I have an Irrational fear of... developing slide film.
Unfortunately with the slide kit I made two huge mistakes.
The first time I self-developed Kodak Ektachrome 100 I used the Cinestill slide developer kit. I used the dynamic chrome version. I was really excited. I’ve had huge success with their regular C-41 kit. I use it exclusively actually, I highly recommend it. 


Mistake #1 
My thermostat was off by probably 5 degrees. I didn’t realize this til months later. Almost all my exposures looked underdeveloped or underexposed. I’m not sure which, it was a huge bummer. I developed two rolls and they all looked bad.
Mistake #2 
Since I didn’t realize it was the thermostat I didn’t know what I did wrong so I didn’t want to try again. I hit pause on slide film and shot the next best thing, Kodak Ektar 100.
Well recently I got myself a new Cinestill slide kit and I’m hoping to give it another go. Stay tuned.

Corn, but not the corny kind

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Corn, somewhere wonderful in Fair Oaks, Indiana

Heads up

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HEADS UP: ZONE FOCUS, FTW!
I was at Seaworld and had my Voigtlander 40mm manual focus lens on my Nikon F80. I keep my lens focused to infinity; Zone Focus, BABY! I happen to glance up and I saw a dolphin in the air. I quickly raised my camera. As I was raising my camera I focused closer, maybe to 10 feet and took the shot. It was quick and I wasn't even really sure what I got. It was all muscle memory. I asked myself; was the dolphin still in the air? 

It's not super sharp but I got the shot! Another example that Zone Focusing works.
Dolphin jumping in the air at Seaworld Orlando. FujiFilm Superia X-tra 400 Film. Nikon F80 with Voigtlander 40mm manual focus lens