More architectural photography

More architectural photography

I have been enjoying architectural photography recently, both film and digital. Here I am sharing some most recent film photography architectural photographs captured with a Hasselblad 500cm with a 80mm Zeiss Planar 2.8 lens.

I also want to give a quick shoutout to Gerald Greenwood, a UK based photographer. I used his development technique (Rodinal semi-stand development) for the first time for some of my photographs (see below). His blog has some great imagery and explained the technique very well! So, thanks, Gerald, for your helpful post!

 

The images were captured in downtown Minneapolis on February 28 and 29 2020. Development methods are film stock are mentioned below. 

   Developer HC-110 1+31
   Film Stock: Kodak TriX 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

   Developer HC-110 1+31
   Film Stock: Kodak TriX 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

   Developer HC-110 1+31
   Film Stock: Kodak TriX 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

   Developer: Rodinal 1:100 Semi-stand development (60 min, agitation 30 seconds initially and then 3 seconds at 30 minutes)
   Film Stock: Ultrafine Xtreme 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

   Developer Rodinal 1:100 Semi-stand development
   Film Stock: Ultrafine Xtreme 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

   Developer Rodinal 1:100 Semi-stand development
   Film Stock: Ultrafine Xtreme 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

   Developer Rodinal 1:100 Semi-stand development
   Film Stock: Ultrafine Xtreme 400 120
   Camera: Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm 2.8 Zeiss Planar C lens

Daniel Sigg
Daniel Sigg

Daniel is a Minneapolis Saint Paul based photographer.

His latest work can be viewed on Instagram and his website.

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