Snowy creek in the Eastern Dolomites shot with a 100 years old wooden bellow camera.
An unfrozen snowy creek at 1800 meters above the sea level during a cold day in the Eastern Dolomites.
The pictures was taken using an original wooden bellow camera from the beginning of the 20th century, and shot directly on a 4x5" Ilford paper sheet from the 1980s. The lens was a 200 mm Super Rapid Aplanat from the same historical period as the camera.
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Camera: Unknown Wooden bellow camera. 200 mm Super Rapid Aplanat lens..
Software: The paper negative was self developed in the darkroom. The negative was then scanned using an Epson v500 photographic scanner.
Taken in 2021
Submitted on April 11, 2022
Jacopo Furlanetto (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)