More Technical Pan! This time I exposed it at EI 64 and developed it in Microphen stock (1+0) for 8 minutes. Way more contrast and some glow (though this might be the cameras fault).
A picture about a week ago behind (or more on top of) the Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof. I must say the Olympus 35 ED is a cute 70s rangefinder camera.
Here is a second look at the Zwentendorf nuclear power plant. (Here is a look at the control room from 2012.) This time around you see mostly pictures from outside and the surroundings of the spent fuel pool. All pictures are shot in 2013 with an Olympus OM-2, the Olympus Zuiko 50 mm 1.4 lens on expired Agfa CT Precisa.(see all 9 images)
Shot in January, at the Austrian-German border. I tend to shoot Lomochrome Purple at ISO 200, still a bit grainy, but look at the teal mountains and the purple grass!
Shot during the winter 2012/2103 in Salzburg. Way more snow than this year :)
I took this last month at the Donauinsel on my first roll of Rollei RPX 25. Quite impressive (albeit slow) film :)
Shot last summer in Croatia close to some kind of military base.
Shot some time ago in Salzburg around Wallersee again, you can see the Gaisberg in the distance. The lake close by causes some interesting fog formations at time.
This is form my first ever roll of Kodak Technical Pan (I konw, late to the party :P). I like the film a lot, you porably see more of it here. And while we're at it: I am still in like with my current rangefinder setup (Voigtländer Bessa RA2 and the Nokton 1.5).