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Exposure: 120 seconds, f/5.6 ISO 100

Camera: Mamiya 645J with a Mamiya Sekor-C 45mm f/2.8

Film: Kodak E100VS (scan of transparency)

Date: 2 February 2007

Location: RT-195 Highway relocation Project, Providence, RI



I wasn't a big fan of E100VS with sodium lighting around (I like it under pure moonlight) as it ended up with an odd orange-green cast on me in the past. But I had a roll half-exposed in the camera already so I shot it and I'm pretty excited about the results - maybe it is because the bridge was already green. The chromes look way better than the low-rez lab-scans but I have my eye on a medium/large format scanner so hopefully it won't be an issue soon.



It wasn’t the coldest night out for us (that was Ashton Mills) but with the temperature around 20 degrees and the gusty winds bringing about a wind chill of 1 degree, it was a tough 5 hours out under the moon.


We were back at an ongoing project documenting the urban changes being made to the downtown area of Providence with the relocation of the RT-195/RT95 interchange that will reconnect the Jewelry District with the downtown.


The nightshift crew this time out: judyboy, skazama, rizzolo, rtlm401 and upsilon_48.


You can see a group pool here of all our shots on Flickr from the night or a slick slideshow here. It may take a week or so for all the shots to be posted.

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Taken on February 20, 2007