Tag: Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros
single frame: Sycamore Row
A b/w image of Sycamore Row, a narrow passage on the old Michigan Road.
The Yashica-D was my first twin-lens reflex camera. I had lusted after TLRs for many years, but I always rebuffed them for their high prices. The Rolleicords and Rolleiflexes are the most respected members of the genre and go for big bucks on the used market. Lots of companies made TLRs in the Rollei idiom,…
single frame: Jet tail
A fighter jet’s delightful tail, on Fuji Neopan 100 Acros.
single frame: Blue Star Memorial
Military graves at Crown Hill in Indianapolis.
More adventures in home film developing
Another try at home film developing. Still more to learn, but I got usable results this time.
Fujifilm brings back Acros — and pigs are flying, and rain isn’t wet, and cats and dogs are getting along
Fujifilm to BRING BACK a film? And pigs are flying, and rain isn’t wet! Welcome Neopan 100 Acros II this fall!
In praise of square photographs
Given that most photos are rectangles these days, square photos seem weird. But successful square photography is all about composing for the frame you have.
Scanning 120 black-and-white negatives with the Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II and ScanGear
More adventures in home scanning, this time b/w medium-format negatives, as I seek to manage the cost of film photography.
Operation Thin the Herd: Argus A-Four
I just love my little Argus A-Four, an early-1950s viewfinder camera for 35mm film. Its coated Cintar lens really loves Neopan 100 Acros film.
Goodbye Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros
Taking a look back at images I’ve shot on Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros, which appears to have ceased production.
single frame: James Monroe School
My first wife made brilliant portraits. Through wit and charm, and sometimes even a little flirting, she was very good at drawing spark and life out of her subjects as she worked the shutter. She made many portraits of our young sons with her Pentax K1000, several of which were framed around our home. Two…