Victoria's Light

This is a small rangefinder camera (Olympus 35RC)Sentinels with a good sharp lens that if given the chance makes great images.   It was used for the earlier “Bounty” image and this shot is from the same day.  One must use care to avoid situations where flare is prevalent.   Shots into the sun lost lots of contrast.   Great detail and I love this film (Lomography Earl Grey 100).

2 Replies to “Sentinels”

  1. I love this film. It is a repackage from another maker, can’t recall what one. Very fine grain. And inexpensive! Lomo Color 800 is also great. I have a shot from an alley in Newport using that film in 120 on this page (somewhere).

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