Shot on Kosmo Foto Agent Shadow at EI 400 + #15 yellow filter
Black and white negative film in 35mm Format
Leica M2 and 7Artisans 75mm f/1.25

Development notes
ILFORD ILFOTEC LC29: 1+29, 20°C/68°F, 11:00 (N)
No presoak, 1-minute initial agitation, 5 inversions/minute, normal stop/fix/rinse

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5 Comments

 

    1. It was already on the lens, so more a case of “can’t be bothered to remove it”, than artistic choice 😂

  1. Eric, I appreciate the regular comments and feedback you leave on the website. Thank you. I have, however, noticed a growing trend of including commentary aimed specifically against China in your notes. I must ask you to refrain from making these comments in the future. There are other, more suited forums for airing your grievances. Let’s keep it about the photography.

  2. I love this kind of found subject. Many people say the selective focus thing is too much, but in a world where most photos are shot on cell phones with almost hyperfocus, this kind of shot stands out.