Reservoir Water Pumping Station in dr5 #2
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This water pumping station on the Scituate Reservoir is set at a gorgeous location. The reservoir is the largest body of fresh water in Rhode Island. And the water is VERY fresh! The Providence Water Authority is acclaimed for having some of the best tasting water in all of the country.
This photo was cross processed using dr5. Everyone using film should give this processing a try. My crapscapes are a poor representation of the capabilities of dr5. This photo shows what happens when you point an old camera with ISO 50 film at the sun and try to capture a building in shadow. My style of photography is all about experimentation!
Check out Nicole Mabry'sstory and accompanying photos to see what dr5 is truly capable of.
Created using my 1950's AGFA Clack with Efke R50 120 (iso 50) B&W film cross processed with dr5. Positive (slide) scanned with an HP Scanjet 4890. No digital manipulation used! (other than fixing scanner dust - gotta clean that thing one of these days...)
Also by Paul Lavallee
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