One of the advantages of digital photography is that you do not have to wait for your film to be developed. So I was able to post Week 1 shortly after returning from my holiday trip. But I also shot several rolls of medium format B&W film during my trip to Poland and the Czech Republic. I just got the negatives the other day and spent the weekend scanning them. So, with some delay, here is an amendment to my Week 1 images. All pictures made with the Bronica 645 rangefinder on either Fomapan 200 or Fuji Neopan 400 CN film.
The main image is a classic Prague scene, the view of the Hradcany castle from across the river, near the Charles Bridge:
Alternate 1: Tourists on the Charles Bridge:
Alternate 2: Tunnel near the Charles Bridge:
Alternate 3: In the Old Town:
In the evening, I was out on Venceslas Square. Having the camera loaded with 400 speed film, and with slow lenses (f4 maximum aperture), it was a test of my ability to hand-hold the Bronica at 1/4 or 1/8 sec.:
Alternate 4: Venceslas Square traffic:
Alternate 5: Venceslas Square relaxing:
The film I shot was bought at Foto Skoda, a great shop right off Venceslas Square:
Alternate 6: Drooling at Foto Skoda:
The last two images are from Wroclaw in Poland.
Alternate 7: After the rain:
Alternate 8: Old Jewish cemetery: