Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Zorki 2-C + Jupiter 12
My Zorki 2-C is a favorite among my Soviet cameras. It is only a little larger than the FED 1g, but it is still small enough, even with the wide-angle lens and accessory viewfinder, to fit into a jacket pocket.
This shot at the Halloween car show was made on Fomapan 100 and processed in Rodinal 1:50. The film is cheap, and I like the tonal range it produces, though keeping highlights from blowing out is a bit of a challenge in contrasty light. I found it helpful to scan the negatives using a color profile, which accounts for the toned appearance of the image.