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Warning: Nerdy camera talk below, feel free to go ahead and skip down to the images.

I'm really digging the aesthetic of the setup I shot with last weekend. I Used a Voigtlander Vito C that I bought on eBay 4 years ago for about 4 dollars, and used a PC-sync cord to hook it up to my Nikon SB-800. I decided to try the zoomed in flash look that's so popular lately and zoomed the flash to 105mm (the lens on the Vito is a 50mm 2.8). Since the Voigtlander is too old to have a focusing rangefinder I set the focus to the minimum, one meter, and shot at f22 at 1/125 of a second, and tried to get about 3.3ft away from my subjects. Manual mode on the SB-800 had me using 1/64 +.3EV  with the expired Fuji ISO 800 speed film.

So there you go, all that paragraph to tell you I like zoomed flash on expired film. Where's my Tisch Grant?


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