A Black and White Sunset

An article by David Brooks on September 26, 2008

 

The sun, setting over a field. Some trees are visible in the distance

I’m a little late on this week’s photo, but I think you’ll understand why in a minute. The point of the photo of the week is to force me to take new photos each week, in this case I’m making the exception because I had the opportunity to develop my own photos in the darkroom. This photo was taken about four years ago when I was in Photography 1 at Spring Arbor University.

Though I had printed this photo last week I didn’t quite get it scanned until this morning. So here it is, my nemesis of a photo, the one that I can never get to print how I want… Even after 4 years.

Unfortunately I don’t have my notes from this photo and so I can’t give the exposure information like I usually do. I can, however, tell you that this photo was taken on a Pentax camera using Kodak 35mm film.

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