Tag: Kodak T-Max 400
single frame: Spotted chair
The famous spotted chair in Broad Ripple.
Kodak T-Max 400 in Adox HR-DEV
Just for giggles, I developed some Kodak T-Max 400 in Adox HR-DEV. It worked fine.
Pentax IQZoom 60
A review of the Pentax IQZoom 60, a 35mm point-and-shoot camera that isn’t as good as the sum of its parts.
A review of the Olympus OM-2n. This terrific 35mm SLR improves the original OM-1 by adding aperture-priority exposure.
single frame: Old farmhouse
A look at an old farmhouse in the middle of a suburban neighborhood.
Kodak T-Max 400 in the Pentax IQZoom 170SL
I tried black-and-white Kodak T-Max 400 in a little Pentax point and shoot. I got great results.
An abandoned bridge and a forgotten cemetery
I visited an abandoned bridge and forgotten cemetery on US 40 near Plainfield, Indiana.
Kodak No. 2 Hawk-Eye, Model C
A review of the Kodak No. 2 Hawk-Eye, Model C. It’s an old box with only a portrait viewfinder. Weird. But old boxes are fun and this is no exception.
Kodak T-Max 400 in Rodinal
They say you should reserve Rodinal for slower films, below ISO 400. But I developed a roll of Kodak T-Max 400 in Rodinal 1+50 and it was fine.
Pentax ME Super
A review of the Pentax ME Super, a late-1970s 35mm SLR. Small, light, and capable, these are a real pleasure to shoot. And you can buy one for peanuts.
single frame: Plymouth 8
Detail of a V-8 Plymouth.
Crossing the Chicago River on Kodak T-Max 400
Some shots along the Chicago River from Jackson St. and Adams St., on Kodak T-Max 400.