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  1. The long exposure was meant to get me a surreal image of the water and of the city lights beyond. I completely forgot the water was actually waves in motion :) .
  2. Minox C, Agfa APX 100. The Hofburg, Wien
  3. Minox IIIs, Agfa APX 100 @ 1/2 handheld. Budapest, Hungary.
  4. Thank you, Martin, appreciated!
  5. Night on the shores of the Black Sea, Nikkormat FT with Konica VX400 (exp. 2008) and tripod. Long exposure of 1 minute.
  6. All taken with Minox LX and Rollei Retro 80s. Minox tank development, scanned on Plustek.
  7. Taken on and in the vicinity of the famous landmark of the city, Weinbistro and der alten Mainbrücke. A place to stop when you're in the area, coming from or going to the Marienberg. Chilled wine glass, the Main whispering medieval stories from beneath the bridge. Yes, a good day to visit Wurzburg, with a classic camera and bw film. Photographs taken with Leica IIIf and Rollei Retro 80s. The city of Wurzburg, as seen from the Festung Marienberg.
  8. So, between us, we have the proof that Minox visited Knossos at least twice :)
  9. Crete - Knossos ruins MInox IIIs - Agfa APX25
  10. Nikon FM3A, Adox HR50 Taken in one of the vintage cars hall at Sinsheim Technik Museum in Germany. The lights in the corner where this car was were not very strong. I just saw this front of the car jutting out from a corner and took the shot. The camera was on A setting, which gave me a very slow speed, but I like the way it came out. Thank you !
  11. Hello everyone!A friend of mine asked me to develop this film for him; it's a colour film negative, 127 format, CNS2, no idea about how old is it, when it was shot, how was it kept, nothing at all basically. Colour processing is out of question, for a number of reasons. The film is very old stock, but the photographs on it were taken recently with a KVP camera. I would assume the film is from 60s - 70s, just to be at about the half of the period it was on the market, I guess.Now, I had my fair share of processing colour film (various formats) as BW, but I knew what was their story. No idea with this one, so I am asking the more knowledgeable community here to try and assist me with this, if possible. Perhaps someone recognize the roll as some type or other? As developers go, I have quite a good selection. I'm leaning towards Rodinal (high dilution) or HC110/B, but of course other may differ.Thank you in advance !
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