The Bayern Film Tour – Part Two

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As I already wrote in the first part of this post, while traveling in Bavaria, apart from a roll shot with the Leica R-E and one with the Canon P (nightshots), I used two Olympus cameras (OM2n and OM10). I have already expressed an opinion about the films I used (Ilford XP2 Super 400 and Kodak Tmax 400).

In similar cases in the future, I think I’ll go with on Kodak Trix only, because I like it more than any other Iso 400 film, maybe joyned by a good Iso 100 as the Kentmere 100 or Adox CHS II. In any case, traveling with film only, I consider indispensable at least two camera bodies with the same lens mount. In fact, the only defect of the film, with respect to digital is precisely that you can’t change the Iso value until the roll in the camera is done. We must then organize to meet the different lighting situations that we encounter during our trip. Anyway, in these two post you can evaluate by yourself how is it possible to do almost everything with just 2 Iso film selection.
The photographs in this second part were taken mainly in Nuremberg and Innsbruck, (this one visited during the trip back to Italy).

Title Image and below: Olympus OM 10 & Tokina RMC 24mm f/2,8 – Kodak Tmax 400 @ 320 Iso

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Images Below: Olympus OM2n & Zuiko 35-70mm f/3,5/4,5 – Ilford XP2 Super @ 400 Iso

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Images Below: Olympus Om2n & Zuiko 35-70mm f/3,5/4,5 – Kodak Tmax @ 320 Iso

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Images Below: Olympus Om2n & Zuiko 135mm f/3,5 – Kodak Tmax @ 320 Iso

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Images Below: Canon P Rangefinder & Jupiter 12 35mm f/2,8 – Ilford Delta 3200

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Images Below: Olympus OM 10 & Zuiko 35-70mm f/3,5/4,5 – Kodak Tmax @ 320 Iso

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(Versione Italiana)

Come ho già raccontato nella prima parte di questo post, durante il viaggio in Baviera, a parte un rullino scattato con la Leica R-E ed uno con la Canon P (per i notturni), ho usato prevalentemente fotocamere Olympus. Ho già espresso un giudizio anche sulle pellicole usate (Ilford XP2 Super 400 e Kodak Tmax 400). In casi simili, in futuro, penso però che mi orienterò sulla Kodak Trix come pellicola da 400 Iso, magari accompagnata da una buona 100 Iso, tipo la Kentmere 100 o la Adox CHS II. In ogni caso, viaggiando a pellicola, ritengo indispensabili almeno due corpi macchina con lo stesso attacco lenti. Infatti, l’unico difetto della pellicola, rispetto al digitale è proprio quello di dover lavorare con l’iso del rullino caricato in quel momento. bisogna quindi organizzarsi per far fronte alle diverse situazioni d’illuminazione che potremo incontrare durante il nostro viaggio. comunque, in questi due post, potrete valutare voi stessi come sia possibile far fronte alla stragrande maggioranza delle situazioni fotografiche, utilizzando solo due differenti tipologie di film (400 & 3200 Iso)
Le fotografie di questa seconda parte sono state scattate prevalentemente a Norimberga e ad Innsbruck, visitata durante il viaggio di ritorno in Italia.

Tech Data:

Cameras: Olympus OM2n & OM10 – Lenses: Zuiko 35-70mm f/3,5/4,5 – Zuiko 135mm f/3,5 – Tokina (OM mount) RMC 24mm f/2,8 – Jupiter 12 (M39 mount) 35mm f/2,8 – Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400 – Ilford Delta 3200 – Kodak Tmax 400 – Developers: Adox Adonal – Ars Imago Fd – Scanner: Epson V550

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