Welcome to the winner announcement for the second of 2017’s three #SummerFilmParty events.

Voting ran from August 8th-14th 2017 and covered photographs posted via Twitter using the #SummerFilmParty hashtag in these categories:

  • #Landscape
    Nature or urban scenes, it’s up to you
  • #Streetlife
    It’s up to you to include people and or architecture
  • #Abstract / #FunkyAF
    No poultry unless absolutely necessary
  • #Home
    Shooting indoors or gearing up for a Kitchen Battle, this is for you
  • #Macro / #CloseUp
    Anything as close as your lens will allow

Here’s the countdown from 3rd to 1st place:

 

 

3rd place

Back East Photo‏ – @BackEastPhoto
“Santo Pio Sunrise” Kodak Ektachrome 100S (35mm, exp. 1998), Canon AT-1 @summerfilmparty #SummerFilmParty #Streetlife Dev/scan @OldSchoolLab

Back East Photo‏ - @BackEastPhoto "Santo Pio Sunrise" Kodak Ektachrome 100S (35mm, exp. 1998), Canon AT-1 @summerfilmparty #SummerFilmParty #Streetlife Dev/scan @OldSchoolLab
Back East Photo‏ – @BackEastPhoto
“Santo Pio Sunrise” Kodak Ektachrome 100S (35mm, exp. 1998), Canon AT-1 @summerfilmparty #SummerFilmParty #Streetlife Dev/scan @OldSchoolLab

 

 

2nd place: Adib Mufty

Adib Mufty™‏ – @AdibMufty
Baking in Zero Gravity!!
#SummerFilmParty Category: Home {#Hasselblad 500cm, #Kodak ektar 100} #FilmPhotography

Adib Mufty™‏ - @AdibMufty Baking in Zero Gravity!! #SummerFilmParty Category: Home {#Hasselblad 500cm, #Kodak ektar 100} #FilmPhotography
Adib Mufty™‏ – @AdibMufty
Baking in Zero Gravity!! #SummerFilmParty Category: Home {#Hasselblad 500cm, #Kodak ektar 100} #FilmPhotography

 

 

1st place: Antonio Fedele

Antonio Fedele‏ – @iamtheregulator
Brindisi waterfront #SummerFilmParty @summerfilmparty #landscape @ILFORDPhoto #Nikon F & #PanF

Antonio Fedele‏ - @iamtheregulator Brindisi waterfront #SummerFilmParty @summerfilmparty #landscape @ILFORDPhoto #Nikon F & #PanF
Antonio Fedele‏ – @iamtheregulator
Brindisi waterfront #SummerFilmParty @summerfilmparty #landscape @ILFORDPhoto #Nikon F & #PanF

Here’s Antonio to tell us a little about his winning shot:

The shot was taken with an old Nikon F Photomic (with broken meter) and a Nikkor 50mm F1.4 pre-AIS lens. The film is Ilford Pan F+ 50 shot and dev’d stock with HC-110 (dil E). The photo was taken on a very sunny Sunday morning at the port of Brindisi (in southern Italy, 30 mins away from my hometown).

My wife Amy and I went for a walk with Rocco the Poodle instead of going to the beach like 99% of the Italians. I was taking pictures of the port and she was trying to photograph the dog on the Scalinata Virgiliana. I thought the scene was funny, I called her so she could turn and I shot. Because of the strong sun I think my camera was already set to 1/125 F8.

I really enjoyed using Ilford PanF. I had a roll sitting in the refrigerator for a while, but without Summer Film Party I wouldn’t have used it. Then after the first roll, I bought a few others because I loved the look (kind of vintage in combination with the old Nikkor lens) and the tones.

Congratulations to John, Adib and Antonio. In fact, congratulations to everyone who entered! The Shortlisting June and July’s events wasn’t the easiest job in the world and August is looking like the toughest of the three. More to come on that front early next week.

Thanks again and see you all soon,

~ EMULSIVE

 

 

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