Now that the 5x4 Sinar is finally up and running I have started to think about doing some black and white photography in the winter. Given the long exposures required in low light, it would be tripod based work that can only be realistically done in specific conditions--basically no rain or showers and with little coastal wind.
This black and white version of some coastal granite formation in the early morning light is one possibility. I had scoped these rocks with the Sony a7 R111 digital camera, just before the first winter storm hit the coast of the southern Fleurieu Peninsula. It was a very pleasant late autumn morning.
This granite formation in the winter light would be suitable for the Sinar f1 and the Schneider-Kreuznach 75m Super Angulon lens (multicoated). I could easily carry the camera gear and the carbon fibre tripod over my shoulder to this location, which is just west of Deps Beach. I could walk there before sunrise with Kayla on a poodlewalk, set up the camera, and then wait for the winter sun to rise over Rosetta Head and lighten up the granite.