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This is one of the two pigs we used to visit on Sunday mornings. I`m not sure if this is Erling or Sylte (ham). It doesn`t matter. Haven`t seen them since a few weeks before Christmas, and don`t expect to see them again. At least not in this life.
I photographed a friend and her 6 months old daughter yesterday, and now I`m developing all the film. My developer tanks can only handle one roll of 120 film, and that`s why this takes a while. I know I can insert two films on one reel, but I struggle too much, and don`t want to mess up anything. There`s a risk that the two films may overlap each other. I developed one roll of 35mm Agfa APX400, and one medium format APX100 yesterday. They turned out great. I just hung one roll to dry, and it looks like I have one or two good-ones there too. I hope to have a series of eight great photographs to give her, and with two more rolls in black & white - and two rolls of color film.... Well, looks like it`s possible.
I used my studioflash most of the time, but I also shot one roll of 400 asa film, using only the soft light from our livingroom. Yesterday was quite cloudy, and the light that entered the window gave me shutterspeeds at about 1/30th to 1/60th of a second at f/1.8 and f 2. My old manual 50mm Nikkor lens has delivered before, and it looks like it did it again.

I hope she will let me post some of the photographs after she`s seen them. I would love to hear what you think about them too.

Nikon EL2
Agfa RSX200

awwww .. this is really cute : ) the colours are fantastic and add such depth ...

would love to see your portraits :)
Very moody picture. I loved the colours as well.
I love the piggy!
Susan B.
heheheh...all i could do was smile when i saw this picture it is soo cute...your picture can always make me laugh
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