Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord

On 20-2-2015 we visited this nice park. It was a grey day and eventually we had to counter some rain. Still it was impressive and i want to visit it again with my tripod and more gear to do some more photography.

All info is here: Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord

Below a photo series of this visit, not as big as the MBI Beton series but still 50 shots.

Some tech info. All shots with my Sony A7R with the 24-70 f4 or using a metabones nikon f/g to FE adapter with a Nikkor 50mm AI F2 mounted.

Hope you enjoyed!

greets PZ

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Beekberger Woud on Superia 200

 

 

I never used my Nikkor 80-200 1:2.8 D, push and pull version on my analogue bodies. From the D90 i knew it is a great lens. So me and my friend Remy went to Beekberger Woud and i took my F100 and the 80-200 with me. Above you can see the entire set. Most nature snapshots with a few nice catches. Also 2 shots of my friend.

 

Nikon F100 – Nikkor 80-200 1:2.8D(push/pull) – Fuji Superia 200 asa(expire date unknown) – Nikon Coolscan LS-40 – Nikon Scan 4.03 – Phortoshop CC 2014.

PZ

The Gardens on Superia Xtra 400.

Back with more analogue.  All images shot with my Nikon F3, 50mm f2 ai-s on SuperiaXtra 400 asa expired 2-2011. I used the DW-3 waist level finder. Nice slow down photography using this kind off focusing and i am happy with the results. It was difficult to get accurate focus but almost every shot was a hit, maybe because i really took the time for the composition end the focusing. Shots are all taken at The Gardens of Life in Teuge, The Netherlands. Enjoy!

Tech: Nikon F3 Nikkor 50mm f2 ai-s Fuji Superia Xtra 400 asa expired 2-2011 coolscan ls-40 Photoshop

PZ

Berlin, Prenzlauerberg on Kodak Ektar 100 asa

The last day of our may Berlin trip. We visited Prenzlauerberg. I decided only to shoot analogue and filled my F100 with Kodak Ektar 100 asa expired 10-2011. Here are the results of that day.

Techstuff; Nikon F100, Nikkor 50mm 1.4 g AF-S, Kodak Ektar 100 asa Expired 10-2011, Coolscan LS-40, Photoshop.

Teufelsberg and Hohenschönhausen on Kodak TMax 400.

As promised in my last post, here is the second roll of film. Started at Teufelsberg and finished at Hohenschönhausen. Teufelsberg is an old NATO station used by the americans to listen to the east. Hohenschönhausen is the reason why perhaps? An old Stasi prison which is now a memorial place. The only portrait in the serie is our guide who has been imprisoned there.

Techstuff; Nikon F100, Nikkor 50mm 1.4 g AF-S, Kodak Tmax 400 asa Expired 5-2013, Coolscan LS-40, Photoshop.

PZ

Beelitz-Heilstätten (Berlin Brandeburg) on Portra 400 NC very expired.

This may we went on holiday to Berlin. We started of with Film Hotel Lily Marleen in Potsdam on the 18th. Potsdam we wanted to see because the trip before we just saw Sans Souci. Potsdam was ok but not great. But…..Before we came to Potsdam we stopped at Beelitz-Heilstätten for a nice urbex adventure, wich it became! I brought my just bought Olympus E-M10 but also being the the only Nikon gear my F100+50mm 1.4g AF-S. The film was expired unfortunately very expired. I had a lot of work in Photoshop adjusting the scans, but here is the whole series of that filmroll. Hope you can enjoy anyway! I filled 2 more rolls wich i will post soon.

Techstuff; Nikon F100, Nikkor 50mm 1.4 g AF-S, Kodak Portra 400 nc Expired(no clue but not great film no more), Coolscan LS-40, Photoshop.

PZ

New 50mm on the F3.

When i bought the F3 it came as body and motordrive only, no lens. I like 50mm and have some in my collection. But i wanted to keep the pre ai on the nikomat and the 1.8 af-d didn’t seem right as it had a much newer cosmetic appearance. So finally the seller i got the F3 from had a few 50mm ai and ai-s lenses. I chose the 50mm 1:2 ai. The photo’s in this post are made with this lens and the last 5(6 including the b&w conversion) are shot using the DW-3 waist level finder i also got from that seller.

I love this lens. According to the internet it may be a bit slower but is tack sharp. Well, it was the cheapest, my main reason to get this one. The film used is fresh Agfa Vista 400 asa, Hema developed the film and scratched it again? I am still not sure if the F3 scracthes the film or Hema does it. A few analogue photographers i have contact with are sure it is Hema who does it when they examined the scan with scratches. Anyways, ice eliminates the problem on color negatives an positives anyways.

Tech details: Nikon F3 with on photo 1 to 3 normal finder and 4 to 9 the DW-3 wlf – Nikkor 50mm 1:2 ai – Agfa Vista 400 asa fresh batch – Nikon Coolscan LS-40 – Nikon scan 4.03 12 bit Ice/fine – Photoshop for adjusting black and white levels and a little usm – Border maker for border – Irfan view for resize.

Cheers, PZ