Victoria's Light

Pentax 67, Newport in Color

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Every time I use this camera it fascinates me more.   This roll is a complete anomaly.  I shot Portra 800 at ISO 100.  I figured the roll would be a total wreck, but the exposures turned out perfectly.  I used a handheld meter and perhaps the results came from chance or luck.  I used the 105mm lens, one of the best lenses I have ever experienced.  The hood is fiddly so I secure it with gaffer tape.  The 67 is a heavy load and awkward as hell to carry.  My strap for it is large too, and makes for an overall comical sight.  The imagery on the other hand is to die for.

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