On Sunday KSMT (Kishimoto) took my photo with a Deardorff 5x7! This was such a cool experience, especially since I minored in photography at university. I got really excited when I saw him in the street, so I was really flattered when he wanted to take my photo!
Camera: Deardorff 5x7 Film: Shanghai Seagull 100 5x7 Carl Zeiss Jena No 57693 Planar 1:4 F=205mm D.R.P. 92313 Serie Ia, No 12 (1902)
Featuring a bit more of the gorgeous rock formations found on the edge The Roaches. This was a second attempt at the composition; I was about to walk away after grabbing my first attempt but then the sun burst through the clouds and illuminated the gritstone formations I were shooting, so I quickly nabbed another exposure!
The Roaches, Peak District, Staffordshire, England.
ISO100, f/8, 1⁄30sec at 16mm (full-frame equiv.) using a soft 2-stop ND Grad filter and circular polariser on my Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 using a Nikon D7000. This is another case of Getting It Right In The Camera as the processing was literally three clicks of the mouse in Rawtherapee. =)