I haven’t posted something about film photography since a very long time. And indeed it has been a long time since I went out to take photos using film. Not because of Covid-19, but I spend most of my free time with my kids now. However, a while ago I managed to go out and take some photos with my beloved Russian Horizon S3 Pro and my last roll of Adox Silvermax 100, which I brought from Germany two years ago. I really like this film, it is very fine grained, sharp, and has a nice tonal range. I developed the film in slightly expired Ilford LC-29. Every time after I developed a film, I am surprised that it worked out well, because I am not a pedantic film developer guy. On the other hand, it seems that this film is pretty robust stuff. Anyway, enjoy the photos. [Click on the photos to see a larger version.]
4 thoughts on “Panorama Photos of Taipei”
Super Aufnahmen mit perfekter Belichtung und Entwicklung. Gratulation!
Read this as paranormal at least twice before it clicked.
Haha, paranormal panorama photos.