Last year on this date, November 9, 2014, I just got out of the hospital and was driven home via the McKees Rocks Bridge. Some of the views attracted me so much that when I got home an old camera was gotten out and some film was shot out the back window. It was developed in the coal cellar darkroom and then scanned. It wasn’t ever put on this web.
Soon after I went back to the Rocks and shot a few rolls of Plus-X 120 film in a old Zeiss Ikon Nettar camera. That is the Medium Format page here. This web was at the time devoted to dry plate emulsion making and it changed. Just to set the order correctly, This was my second roll:
Just after Christmas I bought the Voitglander Bessa camera and that page was made.
Now I post in the blog no matter what. It is confusing to follow everything in order and I’m trying to make a new Pages document that is in the correct order and that matches the negatives book that holds all of the film shot. That is a year of film shooting in that book.
I’m only now getting around to printing some of them big. 16×20.