Field of Oilseed Rape, near Milton of Redcastle this evening.
Another single camera and lens combination used for a month, for the main Blip photos. As if just Blipping wasn't enough of a challenge, attempting a different combination each month of this year, with the angle of view being between the equivalent of 35 and 45mm (in 35mm film terms). Also using just film cameras over the brighter months. This month has been a single film through an SLR camera with a 40mm lens. An old rangefinder with another 40mm lens for May, and the humble Olympus Trip with it's 40mm lens for June... all being well.
It could all go horribly wrong, The demise of the Bronica, hopefully only temporarily, has meant a change in the plan for July. A few problems with exposure this month were mostly due to me not noticing the camera was set to Matrix metering (twice, for unknown numbers of days), rather the usual centre-weighted mode. Enough excuses.
Nikon F100 : f/8 : 1/100" : 40mm : ISO 400
Lens: Voigtlander 40mm f/2 Ultron SL II (with K2 yellow filter)
Film: Ilford XP2-Super 400 (B&W negative)
[Frame : 36]
Extra - Bogallan Wood, and a lovely coloured sky this evening after sunset (sooc).