And here we are - the end of this Art Pavilion mini-series, the end of that roll of film, the end of shooting with Konica camera and lens.
And it was Friday, and the weather was fine - what a better way to finish that part off. :)
It was bound to happen - overconfidence in built-in light meters is one of my worse faults, it seems I can’t make decent light-level guessing when confronted with anything that loosely resembles a light-meter. :D
Zagreb Art Pavilion, once again. I’m slowly getting bored with photos of that building. Thankfully, the end of that roll is near. :)
Calling this low-key is a bit of understatement. I’d say, calling this seriously underexposed would be more appropriate. :D
It’s been almost three years since that Saturday when this photo was taken, and still I haven’t had the opportunity to play with large-format camera once again.
That building (abandoned, never finished hospital complex) is still there, standing equally abandoned. Oh yes - it seems I crammed LR44 battery into that Konica Autoreflex, and apparently I started believing it’s light-meter…
Yup, that’s Google Street View camera-bike, on the right.
I’m that guy in red shirt, standing on the right. :)
Still guess-metering, and still not really bad at it. Yay!
On the other hand, apparently I haven’t washed that negative properly - the whole roll has dried watermarks on it.