I've done little film photography since the start of winter, though I have been scoping with the digital camera.
It's been too cold, wet and windy along the coast of the southern Fleurieu Peninsula to use the film cameras. Today was the first time, in fact, that I used a film camera on a tripod since the photoshoot along the Mallee Highway.
I re-photographed this image late this afternoon whilst on a poodle walk ( with Ari and Maleko) using my medium format cameras--( the Rolleiflex SL66 and the Linhof Technika 70). This is the digital image from my earlier scoping with the late afternoon light:
That re-photographing felt like I was picking up the threads again re film photography after going through a fallow period---it's been about a month since the Mallee Highway photoshoot.
I have yet to have the large format negatives --both colour and black and white---from the Mallee Highway photoshoot developed. I'm just sitting on them. Same with the medium format ones.