Tag: Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK
single frame: Harry & Izzy’s
Facade of an Indianapolis steakhouse.
Ilford FP4 Plus in Ilford ID-11
Some photos of Downtown Indianapolis on Ilford FP4 Plus, developed in Ilford ID-11.
single frame: Fire escape
Looking up the business end of a fire escape chute.
single frame: Power lines towering overhead
A power-line tower dominates this neighborhood scene.
Arista Premium 100 in the Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK
I put some Arista Premium 100, which is rebranded Kodak Plus-X, into a compact German camera with a good lens.
Updated reviews: Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK and Nikon F2A
Updated: my reviews of the Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK and the Nikon F2A.
The North Meridian Street Historic District in Inianapolis: “One of America’s Great Streets”
I took a walk through the North Meridian Street Historic District in Indianapolis to photograph some of its stunning homes.
Operation Thin the Herd: Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK
Zeiss Ikon’s Contessa LK is a viewfinder camera with a coupled selenium meter. It is just a joy to shoot.
single frame: Wet Matrix
Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK and Kentmere 100
I came upon my Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK recently and decided to shoot it again. I enjoyed the results I got last time on color film and wanted to try black and white in it. This seemed like a perfect opportunity to use the roll of Kentmere 100 that’s languished in my fridge for more…
Zeiss Ikon Contessa LK
Zeiss Ikon is one of those names that makes camera collectors go weak in the knees and part with large sums of money. Those sums seem large to me, anyway, given that the most I will pay for a camera is $50. Zeiss Ikon’s optics are said to be worth tall stacks of bills, and…