Tulips shooting downward

So last month, I took some tulip photos at Albany’s TulipFest. And here they are.

Why are you seeing them now?

Well, partially because I shot with slide film, and I have to send my slide film to Kansas for development, and they just sent me back the finished product yesterday. Suffice it to say that while it took a couple of weeks for me to get my results, I’m not jumping up and down and gnashing my teeth over it. I understand that things take time, and at least the film is coming back in nice hands.

Here’s the gallery of shots. These were taken with a restored Pentacon Six 120 film camera. All photos (c) 2022 Chuck Miller, all rights reserved.

I think that once I get more use from this camera, I feel it will give me some amazing imagery. It’s still a big of a clunk to use – the film advance window isn’t advancing, so I have to remember how many shots are available to me. And that little white streak in the photos is definitely a light leak. Gotta work on that issue as well.

But if I can get this thing fully dialed in …

Oh, there are so many options I can extract from it. 😀