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Ogilvie Station

Ogilvie Station

As I mentioned at the first of the year, I jumped into analog film development last year, and I enjoyed the experience—up until the part of digitizing the negatives for use in our modern world. Here is one of my favorite shots, taken during my morning commute. One of the pleasures of analog is the ability to have nice looking, imperfect shots.

[Note the el-train crossing the middle of the frame.]

  • Eaves, Chris (Oct. 15, 2018). Ogilvie Station [Photograph]. Chicago, Illinois. Shot on a Bronica SQ-A at 80mm on Kodak TMX100 pushed 1 stop

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