I’d been reading about ephem’s EOS3 and remembered that my friend Iain, who also uses an EOS3, used a multi-exposure mode that allowed you to select the number of exposures that a frame would see, and stop-down a suitable amount. On investigation, I was pleased to discoverer that my EOS5, a lower-spec. model shared the feature.
I had shot double-exposures with it previously, but only by reloading the film and hoping for decent frame alignment. As feels the case for the whole year, I didn’t venture far from home for this roll and relied on my ever-willing model. The ground was frosty and so the shots of leaves that I used for the base patterns were nice and contrasty.
I also took a couple of snaps of the solargraphs that I have posted around the house. There are three in total – a beer can using 7″x5″ paper, and a couple of film canister cameras gaffer taped to guttering and a lamp. All three have been in place since October 1st and I plan to show you the results for my last update of the project…
Finally, one last snap taken in the city, of our ‘wheel of light’.
Canon EOS5 (the ‘plastic fantastic’), Canon 40mm STM, Kodak TMax processed at home in Ilford Ilfotec HC.