Sprocket-hole 35mm film
Adapting 35mm film to fit in a medium format camera creates a wonderful look by exposing the film right out to the edges, including the sprocket holes. It is also a panoramic format when shot this way, and while there is some guesswork in composing – it is all the more enjoyable when the envisioned image is revealed on processing the film.
This is the Eiffel Bridge in Girona, Catalonia – yes, the same Gustave Eiffel of the much more famous tower in Paris.
Mamiya 6 camera, 50mm lens, Kodak ColorPlus 35mm film, re-spooled to 120 format, standard C-41 process, negative scanned on Epson v850 using Silverfast 8; no Photoshop!
Keywords: analogue, bridge, eiffel, film, girona, holes, istillshootfilm, kodak, photography, slow, sprocket
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