Sycamore Row

Sycamore Row
Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros
Rodinal 1+50

In my new book, Square Photographs, I shared an image of Sycamore Row. That image shows the historic marker that was there at the time I made the image in 2019. (That marker was damaged in an accident and a new marker with a different message was put in its place; see it here.)

I was on the fence about whether to include that image in the book, or this one. That image showed the historic marker, but this one did a much better job of showing the road itself, and how narrow it was. This was a state highway until 1987! Imagine encountering an oncoming semi in here.

I landed on the other image, but I’m still not sure I was right.

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4 responses to “single frame: Sycamore Row”

  1. Andy Umbo Avatar
    Andy Umbo

    The trees seem to be lighter toned than I’m used to…did you use a green or yellow filter. or was just this effect of film / developer combination rendering?

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      No filters. Perhaps it has something to do with the Rodinal.

  2. Kodachromeguy Avatar

    This is a beautiful frame. The leaves look so light and airy. But like Mr. Umbo, I would guessed that you used a green filter to lighten the foliage. The Neopan 100 (which is the same as Acros?) is an amazing film. I am glad Fuji reintroduced it.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Yep, it’s Neopan 100 Acros!

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