Perry Green and Henry Moore.
8th May 2020 – My target for today was to go for my daily walk in the morning, expose a roll of black and white film on the walk. Get home and process the film, scan the negs and write this blog post.
I first met a problem with the scanning and had to do it again. I think it may have been a problem with using the dust and scratch removal on the Plustek scanner. They came out a bit blotchy so had to re-scan them all. Second thing I hadn’t factored in was that yesterday was a celebration in remembrance of V.E. day so had to go out for a social distancing street party later in the day and consume vast quantities of beer. All not conducive to finishing the post.
Anyway, continued today. Negs scanned and all OK. Edited in a format to post and ready to go.
The walk; A stroll of about 2.5 miles in the Hertforshire countryside near the village of Perry Green.
- Olympus OM2n 35mm film camera.
- Olympus 35-105 f3.5 Zuiko lens.
- Olympus 200mm f4.0 Zuiko lens.
- Fomapan 200 film developed in Ilford ID11 1+3 dilution @20degC. for 13 minutes.
- Negs scanned using a Plustek Opticfilm 8100 film scanner with Silverfast 8 plus software.
- Minimal post processing. Nik Silver Efex to add 35% sepia toning and black border.
The walk takes you from the church in Perry Green and past and round the Henry Moore Foundation grounds.
We do a right just after the entrance to Henry Moore Gardens and follow a footpath which takes us round the other edge of the gardens.
Doing another right at the end of the gardens takes us along the end of the gardens and through the fields past more Moore sculptures.
Another right turn takes us back along the field behind the Henry Moore Gardens and views of some more sculptures.
2 thoughts on “My daily lockdown walk with my OM2n.”
Lovely photos Nick stunning in black and white .
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