With Upturned Face, Waiting

This was one of the first photos I took with the Crown Graphic. The film is a color film that I couldn’t figure out until I did. It’s still a bit tricky to use, but with a long exposure (3iso.. maybe 1iso) and an 85C filter, it all works out. Make sure it’s sunny, too. I mean, 1ISO would require a bit of sun, but I’m talking clear skies.

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‘With Upturned Face, Waiting’

Camera: Crown Graphic 4×5 (1962)
Lens: 127mm f/4.7 Rodenstock Ysarex
Film: Kodak Vericolor (4111) (x-06/2004)
Process: C-41; Scanned in B&W

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