August 5, Ugh! A Couple Unintentional Multi-exposures

With my Chroma Six:9 and Fomapan Creative 200.

Someday, someday, someday, maybe I’ll learn to wind on my Chroma Six:9 correctly when shooting 6×9. It’s engraved right on the back under the little red window: 1-3-5-7, but I manage to ignore it nonetheless. There were actually 2 shots from this roll that weren’t multiple exposures, but they weren’t so great, not that these are either.

On a cheerier note at least I know now that artemisianol works with Fomapan 200, although it’s a little scary to pour out the developer and have it be a deep jade green. I’m looking forward to trying Fomapan in my Altissa box camera and the Hawkeye No.2. I think it’s nice that there are still some decent films available that are inexpensive enough to experiment with. One may take exception to Fomapan being “inexpensive”, but it’s literally half the price of many other 120 films and about the same price as a cup of coffee.

Both (all?) of these were shot on Fomapan Creative 200 with my Chroma Six:9 and Mamiya Sekor 50mm f/6.3 lens and developed in Artemisianol for 15 minutes at 86° F.

Ultra 2
4-5-6 Pseudo Panorama

5 responses to “August 5, Ugh! A Couple Unintentional Multi-exposures”

  1. These are stunning. You have such a compelling style, you make photography feel like dreams.

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    1. Thank you so much! I’m stunned by your comment! I usually never think very much of my photos.

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      1. You vastly underate yourself Sonny! I always look forward to your photos! …Cailín

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  2. Thank you so much Cailín! To know that you and a couple other readers enjoy the photos makes me want to keep going.

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  3. You’re very welcome, Sonny! …Cailín

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