Saturday, 16 January 2010

The 8.18 to London Liverpool St

This was an 8 second exposure of the train I normally catch to work in the morning. The film is Ilford Delta 3200 pushed to ASA 25000.

One day I hope to call this photograph "The Train I Used to Catch in the Morning"


Bask said...

One question, i'm pretty new to analog photography (although i used to shoot analog, but never manually, always with my dad's EOS-300) and now i've just bought a Minolta SRT 101 and planning to buy either a Holga or Diana. But anyway, how do you push 3200 ISO up to 25000? How does that work? I really like the shot.
I need to read more on different films and developing and i'm also interested in cross processing.

charles binns landscape photography said...

Thank you for your comment. Try this link

this will help you if you decide to process your own films. Pushing film basically means that you process the film at a higher film speed (which means developing it for a longer time.

Hope this helps