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The Olavininna Castle (also known as St. Olaf's Castle) at Savonlinna, Finland.
Hasemi Field Technical 4x5, Symmar-S 5.6/150mm, yellow filter.
Adox CHS 100 Art 4x5 film, developed to N-1 contrast on Pyrocat-HD 1:1:100
Again I was really inspired about the reflections of the treeline and the morning mist.
I really liked the way how the forest blended to the background fog, by letting me to see only hint of the farthest trees.
Hasemi Field Techical 4x5, Symmar-S 5.6/150mm lens and Fuji Neopan Across Quickload film.
Film developed to N contrast on Pyrocat-HD 1:1:100
Kuusisto, Kaarina. Finland 10/2013
Kuusisto, Kaarina. Finland 10/2013
The sea was melting. Ice was still hard enough to walk, but partially covered by water.
I wanted to take tree (common alder) with beach stones as main subject of picture, and melting sea at background.
The location is Porkkala peninsula, apr.50 km east from Helsinki, Finland.
Taken on 3rd April 2005.
6x6 Black&White film, 80mm normal lens.
Tokyo Gate Bridge. Wakasu, Tokyo. 1/2013
4x5 Fuji Neopan Acros 100, Symmar 5.6/210mm. f/22, 60sec.
Rainbow and thunderclouds during sunset.
Coincidentally the place is same that in my previous rainbow photo some years ago: flic.kr/p/cCmudu
Tähkäpuisto park, Turku, Finland.
Maco Ir820c Aura film(now known as Efke ir820c Aura), 4x5 " size.
Hasemi FT 45 camera, Symmar-S 5.6/150mm lens with 780nm filter.
25 second exposure. Film developed in Thornton's two-bath developer.
Lone tree at cold winter day.
It was around -15°C and I was too lazy to carry large format camera. I took some photos with 6x6 film, but I haven't yet developed the films. This one is taken with digital camera.
Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji on a windy day.
Owakudani, Japan. 12/2012
Turku, Finland. Winter 2012
Lake Kawaguchiko and Mount Fuji.
I took picture using 40mm ultra wide field lens, but it was bit too wide. This is cropped from original and is equal with picture taken with 50mm wide field lens.
Kawaguchiko, Japan. 3/2007
6x6 B&W film Ilford Fp4+ rated at E.I. 80.
Bronica SQ-Ai, 40mm ultra wide lens, red filter. f/11, 1/30s
Rape field near Turku, Finland.
4X5" Kodak TMY2, N-development, Super-Angulon 8/90mm, f/16
Castle Raseborg and evening clouds. Spring 2014
Kegon Falls (華厳滝), Nikkô (日光) national park.
Japan, july 2006.
6x6 B&W film ilford hp5+, 65mm lens
Ruissalo, Turku, Finland.
Toyo-View, Symmar-S 5.6/150mm @ f/22 1/2s
Adox CHS 50 ART exposed at EI 25 and developed to N+1 in Pyrocat-HD 1:1:100.
Sunrise, clouds and misty Lake Saimaa.
This was taken about 15 minutes after the sun begun to rise above the distant horizon.
The lake was covered by mist layer and quickly the sun went behind the clouds.
It was a great moment. I really forgot my migraine and the coldness of the late summer morning.
Hasemi Field Technical 4x5, Symmar-S 5.6/150mm lens at f/16, Fuji Neopan Across 100 film.
Development: Pyrocat-HD 1:1:100
Oasis Of The Seas.
The largest cruiser ship ever built.
Photographed on 29th of October, at the last night it was on the shipyard before leaving.
Toyo-View D45M camera, Symmar-S 5.6/150mm lens, f/22, 45 seconds.
Fuji Neopan Acros film, developed to N-1 contrast in Pyrocat-HD 1:1:100
This year the sea is icing early. I don't remember seeing this before on November.
It was cold, the ground glass of my 4x5 field camera froze up after first breath under the focusing cloth and I had to scratch small holes on ice to see anything.
November 28th, 2010. Ruissalo, Turku, Finland.
Adox CHS 100 Art developed in Thornton's 2-bath developer.
Super-Angulon 8/90mm, f/32 with exposure of 4 minutes.
Mt. Fuji from Arasaki, Yokosuka.
Familiar lone tree again. Now in fog.
Kirkonkylänkoski rapids of The Keravanjoki river, Vantaa, Finland.
Hasemi Field Technical 45,
Symmar-S 5.6/150mm @ f/22, 1/2s
4x5 Neopan Acros 100 film, developed to N contrast in Pyrocat-HD 1:1:100
The great Daibutsu (大仏) of Kamakura (鎌倉). Kōtoku-in Temple. (高徳院).
The statue stands at 13.35 meters high and weighs approximately 93 tons.
It was build 1252 using bronze and it's hollow - you can go inside of the statue.
Originally there was hall surrounding it, but it was destroyed by the tsunami year 1495.
6x6 B/W film, Zenza Bronica SQ-Ai, 65mm lens, #25A filter. f/11 1/15s
Ilford Delta 100@80, N+1 development in Dixactol.
Tsurumakionsen, Kanagawa. Japan. 12/2012
Bamboo forest at Mito, Japan.
6x6 BW film Ilford PanF+ rated at ISO 16, 65mm medium wide lens.
Sea at Ruissalo Island, Turku, Finland. Early November 2010.
ADOX CHS 25 ART, Developed in Thornton's 2-bath developer.
4x5 Camera with 150mm lens, f/22 and 20 seconds.
Sumidakawa River and railway bridge, Minamisenju. Tokyo.
Arasaki, Yokosuka. Japan. 25th Dec 2012
4x5" Fuji Neopan Acros 100 Film
Symmar 5.6/210mm, f/22, 15 sec.
N-development, D-76 1+1
A bit hard with a large format because of shallow depth of field. And ofcourse my hand is one of these. One belongs to my son (he was a bit uneasy) and one hand is my wife's.
Hasemi 4x5, Symmar 5.6/210mm at full aperture. Ilford HP5+ and Kodak XTOL.
夫婦岩 (Meoto Iwa, wedded rocks).
Japan, March 2007.
6x6 Black & white film (ilford hp5+ rated at 200, XTOL 1+1 developer).
Bronica SQ-Ai, 200mm tele lens, red filter.
Snowy park at the first day of the year 2010 at Petrelius, Turku. Finland.
It was -16 degrees celcius, which was a bit too cold for my fingers.. The focusing was hard, the ground glass frosted, ..
So at the end I focused only roughly and used f/64 to get enough depth of field.
Toyo-View D45M camera, 4x5 Hp5+ film, 90mm wide field lens.