Old School Film Hack


Dupont Circle -- Washington, DC (August 2014)Contax T + Zeiss Sonnar 38/2.8Kodak T-Max 100 + Commercial monochrome processing

Dupont Circle Metro station
Washington, DC (August 2014)
Contax T + Zeiss Sonnar 38/2.8
Kodak T-Max 100 + Commercial monochrome processing

12 thoughts on “Whoosh

    1. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      Thank you, ma’am!

      The shutter speed was pure serendipity on my part; I shot several frames, but they were all long exposures — so I didn’t know it was a keeper until many days later.

      And it wasn’t until the very latest content aware version of Photoshop that I was finally able to clean up the negative in a quick fashion. It had so many zits and pops in it that I just looked at it in despair when I first got it back from being developed.

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  1. SilverFox

    Nice shot. I took some shots in either that or a similar station in DC a few months ago; I just went for the ceilings as there were a lot of people about. Love this one.


    1. SilverFox

      Yeah it was the 4th July when I was there, waiting around wasn’t an option. 🙂 I was interested in the geometric pattern and the shadows so it was fine. It turned out okay, I liked the result.

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