Photos made on Kodak Tmax 400

 

Kodak Tmax Developer 1+7

 

Rays of sunlight shine down from the heavens through the trees at Johnny Appleseed Park in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Tmax Developer 1+7, normal development, EI-320
Leica M4 and 50mm f2 Summicron V4

 


Tmax Developer 1+7, normal development, EI-320
Leica M4 and 50mm f2 Summicron V4

 


Tmax Developer 1+7, (N-1) development, EI-160
Leica M4 and 50mm f2 Summicron V4

 


Tmax Developer 1+7, (N-1) development, EI-160
Leica M4 and 50mm f2 Summicron V4
Very harsh sun and strong backlight!

 

A photograph made on Tmax 400 pushed to 1600 in Tmax Developer
Tmax Developer 1+4, Pushed 2 stops, EI-1600
Bessa R2 and 35mm f1.7 Ultron

 

Kodak D-76 1+1

 

A dumpster at Hickory Creek Apartments in Waynedale. Vandals have spray painted "Insert Politicians" on it as a political protest.
D-76 1+1, Normal Development, EI-320
Bessa R2 and 50mm f1.5 Nokton

 

The starburst shaped General Electric sign outside Elwoods Appliances in the Waynedale area of Fort Wayne, Indiana. The sign has hundreds of tiny bulbs radiating out from the center with a lighted GE logo.
D-76 1+1, Normal Development, EI-320
Bessa R2 and 35mm f1.7 Ultron

 

my son, mackenzie crawford
D-76 1+1, Normal Development, EI-320
Olympus OM-4T and 50mm f1.4 Zuiko final version

 

A public restroom in Memorial Park in Lebanon, Indiana. The sign above the entrances shows a video camera and it says that the premises are under video surveillance.
D-76 1+1, Normal Development, EI-320
Olympus OM-4T and 85mm f2 Zuiko

 

Sara Dukes
D-76 1+1, Normal Development, EI-320
Olympus OM-4T and 85mm f2 Zuiko

 

Gordon Hutchings PMK Pyro 1+2+100

 

Headlights emerge from heavy fog on a gravel road lined with trees.
PMK 1+2+100, Normal Development, EI-250
Hasselblad 503cx and 150mm f4 CF-Sonnar

 

Alley Kat Ink Tattoo shop in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
PMK 1+2+100, Normal Development, EI-250
Hasselblad 503cx and 150mm f4 CF-Sonnar

 

An old painting at the top of the stairs in an abandoned farmhouse
PMK 1+2+100, Normal Development, EI-250
Hasselblad 503cx and 80mm f2.8 CF-Planar

 

An American Flag sticker in the window of an abandoned house
PMK 1+2+100, Normal Development, EI-250
Hasselblad 503cx and 80mm f2.8 CF-Planar

 

American flags in the window of a gas station owned by Asian immigrants in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
PMK 1+2+100, Normal Development, EI-250
Hasselblad 503cx and 80mm f2.8 CF-Planar

 

 

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