Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Wall, A Foto Essay

Here are fotos of Red Brick Walls.  Someone on a forum mentioned a Brick Wall and it got me into a mood to do a short foto essay, so, here it is.

I used a roll of Kodak Ektar 100 for this, which would have given me 12 shots, but, thanks to me being an idiot, two shots were lost.  Here in Germany, many buildings/walls use large blocks rather than the more typical red bricks that Americans are used to seeing.  I wanted to stay with walls containing the more commonly known red bricks for this essay.  Each foto came from a different town.  It was really a bit of fun driving around and searching through the little villages to find something made with these bricks, and then to find one that looked like it belonged in a picture.  Not just any brick wall would do.  This little essay was fun.  Might have to try one again sometime.

Camera:  Hasselblad 500C/M
Lens: Zeiss 60mm Distagon
Film:  Kodak Ektar 100, 120 format

1 comment:

  1. Man, you have to be the most poseur guy at rff. You always try to sound like a seasoned photographer with a "fim" history, but all in all, it's very easy to see that you are a total newbie as far as photography (especially film photography) goes.

    It would help if you simply admitted that you have no clue instead of trying to sound like a connoisseur without a clue.