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Hartlebury Train Carriages – Cinestill 800T and 50mm Summicron

October 30, 2014

These train carriages are parked up on a disused bit of railway line just inside the Hartlebury Trading estate near Kidderminster. Quite beautiful in their decay I think, I decided to take a few shots of them.

Taken with the Leica M4-P, Cinestill 800T and 50mm Summicron. I’ve not shot Cinestill for a while and loaded it into the camera on impulse, but I think it worked out quite nicely! As tungsten balanced film, it’s not ideally suited to shooting on a grey rainy day, but I must admit to liking the effect. The lack of anti-halation layer brings the wonderful glow to high contrast edges. Not to everyone’s taste I’m sure, but I think it amounts to a look that suits the subject!

Hartlebury Train

Hartlebury Train

Hartlebury Train

Hartlebury Train

Hartlebury Train

Hartlebury Train

There are a lot more photos I’ve taken with Cinestill 800T here on flickr

Cheers for looking,


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