I picked up a Yashica twin lens reflex camera and this is the first roll. I’m getting the feeling it might be smart to use an external light meter.
Not bad, except for that dang lens flare. And that speck of dust…
I’m curious to hear other people’s experiences and suggestions. Do you use a phone app? A separate light meter?
Darker, no lens flare
Also, dangling 15-feet up while leaning over a deer hunting tree stand is probably not the ideal situation to acquaint taking pictures backwards. But, hey, lots of sitting around and waiting time…
The color saturation in film vs digital is palpable
I’d appreciate any guidance fellow photographers have to offer. Thanks.
Elephants and tigers halfway across the world aren’t the only animals being poached. Read my most recent article,
Deer Poaching in Wisconsin: Illegal Harvests in the Heartland at Media Milwaukee. All photographs taken by me as well.
I stopped by the 89.7 WUWM Lake Effect Studios last week to record a poem about sitting in the woods and feeling certain that everything you hear is a deer – until it isn’t. Give a listen to my deer little ditty
Orange Blaze of Glory. Don’t worry, it’s not graphic, in case you’re one who doesn’t eat meat.
Here is the view from my tree stand on the first snow of the season.