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Rollei SL66E visits San Francisco MOMA

Published May 6th, 2013

I was at SF MOMA yesterday, May 5th with a couple of my photography addicted friends to see Garry Winogrand's exhibit. We had our
"weapons" of choice picked while roaming the SF, My two friends, Logan and DJ both have their M9's as their "guns". Logan was using my Voigtlander 35mm 1.2 ver II to test out if he would want to get one for close portrait photography while DJ was getting used to his M9. As for me, I have an old medium camera, my Rollei SL66E with 3 rolls of film. The film i used was a cheap film I got from Amazon.com for 2.89 each and I have it rated at 1600 iso as it was the bare minimum i could use to not have go under 1/15th of a second on my camera. It was a beautiful day and an even better day for photography for the three of us. Out of the 3 rolls, i managed to use only 2 and from the total of 24 frames, I managed to have around 80% keepers!

As the wheel turns...

Taken with my Rollei SL66E using a cheap film (ultrafine extreme 400) pushed at 1600, developed in DD-X.

  • May 5th, 2013
  • Rollei Sl66E
  • 80mm / f/2.8

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Metropolis

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Taken with my Rollei SL66E using a cheap film (ultrafine extreme 400) pushed at 1600, developed in DD-X.

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Taken with my Rollei SL66E using a cheap film (ultrafine extreme 400) pushed at 1600, developed in DD-X.

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Taken with my Rollei SL66E using a cheap film (ultrafine extreme 400) pushed at 1600, developed in DD-X.

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Taken with my Rollei SL66E using a cheap film (ultrafine extreme 400) pushed at 1600, developed in DD-X.

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Taken with my Rollei SL66E using a cheap film (ultrafine extreme 400) pushed at 1600, developed in DD-X.

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