A bowl of fruits, a piece of pancake, a piece of omelette, a piece of toast and a cup of coffee. This can be defined at best breakfast.
Steve McCurry with the last roll of Kodachrome. Epic combination and goodbye Kodachrome. Anyway I bet all photographer will know who is Steve McCurry. He is the man who shot the photo of the famous Afghanistan girl, Sharbat Gula. The photo was taken using a Nikon FM2 with Nikkor 105mm F2.5 lens. The film used was Kodachrome.
On the next post, i will post the 36 exposure of the last Kodachrome by Steve McCurry.
One of the difficult things to do besides shooting hand-held with Pentax 6x7 (shutter speed lower than 1/15) is to load the 120mm film. This is one of the many How-To videos from Youtube.
It's been months that I've ordered it and finally I received it from Turkey.
Yes, it is the APS type of film, Advanced Photo System. It is a type of discontinued film that was introduced the 1996. It was marketed under Kodak as Advantix, Fujifilm as Nexia, Konica as Centuria and Agfa as Futura. It is only compatible with camera dedicated to accept APS film format, such as Canon EOS IX, Nikon Pronea, Minolta Vectis and etc.
The film is 24 mm wide, and has three image formats: