Brooklyn Heights Summer - No.1
The dappled sunshine, as well as the angle and quality of the afternoon light on this early summer day,
provided many inviting motifs, especially for the Fujichrome Velvia-50 slide film in one of my cameras,
as I explored Brooklyn Heights.
This view along Remsen Street is toward the Brooklyn Heights Promenade,
which overlooks the East River and New York's broad harbor. **
The image was captured on Velvia-50 in my Canon EOS RT through a Tokina 20-35 mm lens.
It is available in archival gallery prints and as a custom printed Photo Note Card.
Looking in the opposite direction
** and a view from the Promenade
Susanne Kämmner 27/08/2014 15:54By giving those information about the film(s) you used - also thinking of the other photo - you do honor to the analogue photography. These special effects (and the knowledge about them) reached with the analogue film material, are almost buried in oblivion and in a few years hardly anybody will remember them at all.