Of course it does! These recent shots were taken on an OM2N with a Vivitar 17mm f3.5 or a humble 50mm f1.8 using Adox Silvermax. More importantly they were accepted by the agency for commercial use (hopefully book covers).
Developed in ID11 stock for 9 minutes at 20 degrees centigrade. Just shot at box speed of 100 ASA and with straightforward development – nothing fancy.
Scanned on a Plustek 7500 then downsized to around 18 MP these were a rather nice set of negs.
To add a bit of drama a light texture layer was added before the final save.
The location was Poole in Dorset on a cool but bright autumn day, just enough cloud in the sky to add some interesting clouds.
The shot above was also vignetted to give it a ‘closed in’ look.
All of the above using the 17mm, the one below using the 50mm lens.
All in all a productive hour or so with lightweight, minimal equipment (no zoom lenses) as is so often the case. I must do this more often, and would humbly suggest you should too!
Thanks for looking, hope you like them.
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