At long last I've gotten around to processing my negatives from the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 7th. As I wrote in my previous blog post from the day after the event it was a VERY wet affair, so I decided very soon after we arrived at the starting point to only shoot analog photos (and a few cell phone snaps here and there) since my DSLR isn't particularly weather sealed and I didn't want to risk losing it or have to send it in for repairs. So analog it was from there on!
In the gallery below I've shared all the photos from that walk that ended up on my film strip and surprisingly enough I think I came home with something in every frame...not necessarily a world-changing picture that would make people go oooh or aaah, but pictures nevertheless. I've had to massage them a bit in Lightroom to make them viewable, because they were VERY dark as they came out of the camera, but I like the contrasty look I was able to achieve. Next time though I need to open up the aperture a bit more if I want to shoot in the low-light conditions we had during the walk! Either that or stay inside and out of the rain! ;-)
For the analog nerds I can say that I shot these with a Canon TLb from 1974 with a Tokina 50 mm 1.8 lens on Kodak Tri-X 400 film that I had pushed to 1600. It was then developed in Kodak D-76 at a 1:1 solution). And you don't have to know any of that stuff to look at the pictures...like I said...just for the analog nerds out there...all three or four of us! ;-)