- Underexposed 1 stop outdoors in bright sunlight
- Over exposed 1 stop indoors
My Panorama of the Salt River Bridge composed of the two images below using Photomerge:
Because of sound advice from someone who had already spent the time figuring it out, I experienced none of the problems that I've had with Film Ferrania P30 or Silberra Pan 160/100. So I won't repeat what the Phoblographer said in his review........just check it out.
Below, a few shots from the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park. You'll see more from this location coming soon.
First the view from the North Side.
And views from the South Side:
These turned out a bit over exposed still. I had used a dark orange filter and took a filter factor of 1 instead of 2. Next time I will not use a filter factor. I think the FP4 35 mm is worth another spin around the block. I do like it better than HP5.
Special view from the top of the Natural Bridge looking through a hole to the bottom:
My next FP4 posting will be the 120 film that I received from my Secret Santa. The Phoblographer does warn that the larger format has some issues. We'll see.