Another jug

Camera: Nikon F55
Lens: Nikon AF Nikkor 28-80mm 3.3-5.6
Film: Kodak T-max 100
Aperture: F5.6
Shutter speed: 1/20
Developer: Fomadon R09 (1+40, 9 minutes)
Scan: Minolta Dimage Scan Dual III AF-2840

6 thoughts on “Another jug

  1. There is an old movie called Mother, Jugs & Speed with Raquel Welch. For some reason I think of it whenever I hear the word jug. Great shot, I’m sure it was not easy. 🙂

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    1. I googled the movie, I wouldn’t watch it for sure)
      The shot was rather easy, I made it in Viimsi open air museum, the only difficulty was holding camera at 1/20 shutter speed. Not so long, but I prefer to shoot from tripod… always!

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      1. You could have pretended it was hard! If I see my shutter speed is below 1/100 I raise the ISO. I meant the whole film thing with developing, it seems like it would take a lot of time.

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        1. Me too, about shutter speed. I can’t change ISO when I shoot film, at least when I’ve already made a half of a roll. It’s a minus of film. Though you can shoot a roll with one ISO and then develop it as higher or lower ISO.
          Well, on the whole yes, analogue photography is much more slower than digital. Especially if you use large format. Just the shot itself can take much time then.

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