Shiogama Shrine

Posted by Hoshisato (Dippach, Luxembourg) on 9 December 2009 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

One of the smaller shrines within the Shiogama Shrine. It was getting dusk and getting dark quickly. I don't recall the exact exposure but it must have been something like F/2.8 with 1/20s. Now that I have started developing my own films again, the exposure information that my camera records on the negative has become legible and I will be updating the EXIF information on the scanned images.

Shot on Ilford HP5 Plus @ boxspeed (400iso)

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Rags from Plano, United States

Another lovely image.

9 Dec 2009 8:19am

@Rags: Thanks Rags!

Pentax MZ-S
ISO 400

2009
japan
b-w
black
white
ilford

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