The last four color photographs in my Flickr gallery
were taken last June with the Rollei 35S and Kodak Pro Image ISO 100 color
negative film, including the "vintage" image you mentioned and ,they were
taken the same day during the same event on 20/06/17 or 06/20/17 (American
format) except for the cityscape. I found too warm the colors for that
image specially and applied a PS ELements cold filter to it; perhaps it
could be the reason you see it "vintage" someway. Thank you for your
interest and comment.
2017-07-09 8:48 GMT-03:00 Thor Legvold <tlegvold@xxxxxx>:
The exposure in the first shot looks spot on, whatever you ended up using,
Is the second one an old shot from the 1970’s? The color, clothing, etc
all make it seem “vintage”.
On 09 Jul 2017, at 13:34, CarlosMFreaza <cmfreaza@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Lighting conditions were too contrasty, I preferred to use the camera
lightmeter to calculate this shot exposure:
You do not find a so calm buffalo often:
2017-07-02 8:31 GMT-03:00 CarlosMFreaza <cmfreaza@xxxxxxxxx>:
My Rollei 35S returned from FFS Braunschweig, Germany last December. It
received a CLA beside the 3,5F and the CdS lightmeter battery system was
adapted to use 1,5v lithium, silver oxide or alkaline batteries. This is
the first roll to check the camera (Kodak Pro Image 100 color negative).
The lightmeter seems to work fine when you need it and the camera is
properly working too: . .
A 35mm color view from the same subject captured in 6x6 B&W:
Dusk moment offers an interesting light sometimes: