Snowy creek in the Eastern Dolomites shot with a 100 years old wooden bellow camera.
An unfrozen snowy creek at 1800 meters above the sea level during a cold day in the Eastern Dolomites.
The pictures was taken using an original wooden bellow camera from the beginning of the 20th century, and shot directly on a 4x5" Ilford paper sheet from the 1980s. The lens was a 200 mm Super Rapid Aplanat from the same historical period as the camera.
Submitted on 11 April 2022
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Camera: Unknown Wooden bellow camera. 200 mm Super Rapid Aplanat lens..
Software: The paper negative was self developed in the darkroom. The negative was then scanned using an Epson v500 photographic scanner.
Credit: Jacopo Furlanetto (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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