Hello fall! Leaves have not changed their color yet but in the morning, the air is already crisp and on weekends I find myself baking apple pie. A sure sign that fall will be in full swing soon. In a few weeks I’ll be out in the woods again, packed with cameras and film. Until it’s time for that, I digged into my archive and found some photos from the last two years.
Nothing fancy today, just a few images so they are not being forgotten on my hard drive. For three of them I used an old Agfa Isola from the thrift shop. This camera is a better tin case with only two aperture stops. I was a bit surprised that the photos turned out to be not bad at all, given the limitations of the camera. For the long time exposures I borrowed an ND filter from a friend. We had to hold the filter in front of the lens because you can’t mount a filter on the Agfa Isola. The images with the light leaks are from my Pentacon Six TL. Must have squeezed the roll of film or something stupid like that. The Pentacon Six doesn’t produce light leaks usually.