Following on from yesterday, this is the first photo that I took using B&W film in a 1950s Zeiss Ikon medium format camera that I was given recently. It shoots square 6cm x 6cm negatives.
The photo is shot looking upward in the glass and steel stairwell in Manchester Art Glallery.
The photo is straight off the 6mp digital scan that was supplied on a CD with the prints I ordered. There's no post processing at all apart from minor dust removal.
The exif data will be meaningless as it will relate to the scanner. The camera info is:
Camera: Zeiss Ikon Nettar 518/16
Film: Ilford XP2 Super 400 C41 B&W medium format 6cm X 6cm film
Shutter speed: 1/50th
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FUJI FILM SP-3000