Image: A Job Done on The Farm

July 20th, 2012

In recent years I’ve been more and more drawn to being closer to the food I eat. I’ve been slowly building my own garden and starting to plan for my own animals to be raised for me. A few years ago I spent some time helping a friend get their garden setup and on the day captured below I had just finished rototilling a patch of ground. It has never been tilled before and had grassed planted on it for many years. It was rough going and with the elderly rototiller I had at my disposal I was completely exhausted by the whole event.

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The image was shot with a Nikon N80 and Nikon 24-50MM zoom lens. I got as close to the tiller as I could while keeping it fully in the frame and had the lens as wide as it could go. I snapped this shot on a roll of Fuji Superia 400, shot and processed at box speed. I like the shot but if I were to shoot it again, I would over expose the film by one stop. The Fuji Superia film, as I’ve learned since then, really responds well to that.

One Response to “Image: A Job Done on The Farm”

  1. Stevenon 24 Apr 2013 at 10:46 pm

    Hi, I’m one of those who is amazed by the quality of film after using digital compact for years. Hope you continue to share your experience!

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