A Bit of Inner Monet:
A Bit of Inner Monet:
On my last roll of HP5 I found a photo to post for March:
Above was my Sign offering for the March 2020 Frugal Film Project. It just didn’t move me. So I marked it as one of the ‘rejected’ images:
I had also considered posting one of my Valentine Roses, One Month Later……… But I’m planning a separate posting with my ‘past prime’ roses. h dried quite well.
So more from the Roses Coming Soon………..
My February Frugal Film shoot started out with an Urban Renewal Theme, but ended up with portraits from my Valentine’s Day Bouquet. The Image above will be posted on the Frugal Film Project Site. The Features image, as shown below are not the same roses and show a slightly different perspective.
Themes proposed for the first two months this year included Texture (January) and Structure (February). I missed texture for the first month because I had already planned my own theme using my fisheye lens. So I invite you now to enjoy the texture of the flower petals and the structure of the roses themselves.
Some of the roses were beginning to fade, so I have started a new series highlighting the Roses as they dry…….and below a little Inner Monet…..somewhat out of focus.
Greetings…….Now I am Official. I had been a ‘provisional’ member for the second half of 2019. I will be using my Minolta SRT-202 for the first Quarter of 2020, where we are all going to be shooting Ilford HP5:
Here is My Frugal Film Project Bio:
I am a World Traveler, Outdoors Adventurer, Research Scientist and Photographer. I have been making photographs since childhood; as an adult, mostly documenting field studies as a Geology Student and later as a full time Earth Science Researcher. My work continued to be largely documentary in style and work related, until a move to Monterey, California in 2000, where I pursued formal studies in B&W photography at Monterey Peninsula College.
After moving to Colorado 12+ years ago I’ve been doing some serious digital photography as a Satellite Imagery Analyst. OK, so my ‘camera’ is 600 km in outer space. Satisfies all digital urges so that here on Earth I am 90% film. My preferred subjects are: Landscapes and Architecture and I makes silver prints in my own home darkroom.”
I’ve given myself an assignment to shoot for January, using the Fisheye lens in the photo above. But You’ll have to wait until February to see the results……..Read my Frugal Film Plan and see Provisional Posts from 2019 Here.
UPDATE: Camera began to malfunction on Jan 12th. I will finish the roll of film, but may be making an early change if it can’t be fixed easily………..
I expect to be switching the Minolta XG-A for the rest of this quarter……