Saturday, December 05, 2009

Monochrome Weekend: Remembrance

Double exposure of a Civil War monument, Battell Park, Mishawaka, Indiana. Acme (Diana clone) toy camera, Kodak Tri-X 400 film, developed in Diafine.

7 comments:

Vita Stunder said...

Truly STUNNING capture!
I love the mood in this shot David.
One of the best shots I've seen in a long time!

Have a great weekend
Anna

Aileni said...

That one surely has atmosphere - could it be to do with film...?

RuneE said...

And old-fashioned way of doing it - but it delivered!

awarewriter said...

This is fantastic. The ghostly image is perfect. Wish I had a scanner that does 120 film. I'd get one of those neat "toy" cameras for myself.

I use 35mm and process in Diafine. Great stuff. I like Tri-x and always have. Learning more about Tri-X and Diafine. My favorite film in Diafine (so far) is Ilford FP4+.

Quasi Serendipita said...

Wow, this is great. So atmospheric!

Sylvia said...

Wonderful. Involved in the mist of memory.

Elisabeth said...

Excellent! Love the mood created by the double exposure. This is a very nice monochrome image.

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