Wagon station

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    Historical building in Taiganji, Numata, Hokkaido.
    Wagon station used in Meiji era.
    Mamiya 645E, Sekor N 45mm F2.8, Neopan SS exposed as ISO 50, developed with Finedol-R nine minutes, scanned at 3200 dpi on Epson Software.

    Ghiblidaisuki, silver_night 300b, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. rikishi 22 months ago | reply

      wow, where does one find Neopan SS in 120 size? or is this film (or shot) from a few years ago?

    2. threepinner 22 months ago | reply

      Thank you for interest. There is no reason to stick to this older film. I have got several cheap ones in a auction on the internet. Newer Acros and T-Max 100 will make better result, though my favorite is much older Neopan F ( www.flickr.com/photos/threepinner/7245506008/ ) .
      I shot this tow days ago, developed it last night.

    3. rikishi 22 months ago | reply

      well, of course I know about other films, much to my wife's chagrin our refrigerator is full of them ;) But as I've had some nice success pushing Neopan SS to 1600 in 35mm (to wit:

      ) I thought it'd be neat to see if 120 could yield similar results.

    4. Ghiblidaisuki 22 months ago | reply

      Wonderful, interesting capture as always.... and you details of developing are always excellent.

      I enjoy the meiji period structures, though edo period in my favorite.

      I return to Japan today. I hope to take interesting photo to display on Flickr....

      I desire waterfall and nature recently because summer....

      But I have no internet in my Japanese home, sorry. I must wait until different country before upload.

    5. Pen and Vogue 22 months ago | reply

      札幌の郊外にある開拓村でこのようなwagon stationを見ました.これも移築保存されたものでしょうか.ああ夏の1ヶ月北海道で過ごしたい,お金と時間があれば.

    6. threepinner 22 months ago | reply

      Thank you as usual. We have nostalgic feelings for houses built in those days.


      @silver_night 300b, and @年柑, thank you for adding to fav.

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