Glasplatte: 9 x 12 cm, 1912
Fotopapier: ORWO Universal, um 1980
Entwicklung: Kontaktbelichtung, Lith-Entwicklung
(c) 2018 Lichtbildpoet
Update 03. Juli 2018
Heute erreichte mich zu meiner großen Überraschung diese Nachricht:
Hi, I’m looking at your project …
I’ve found a place in your shots: f_0001 is taken in Como, Italy, it’s on the Città Murata wall, the medieval tower is Torre Gattoni (formerly a scientific laboratory at the time of Alessandro Volta). Using Google Earth, it was shot more ore less at 45.8059 N 9.0836 E, aiming at West. It might be relevant for Como photo achivists because it is not a favourite view of that corner. Actually, don’t remember if I have a shot exaclty of this point in my archive. Looks like a normal 135 mm, I guess. Don’t catch the holder marks (neither ICA nor AGFA, Rhaco, Voigtlaender or Goerz, at first sight). Unfortunately I have no glass plates at hand, but I’ll try to replicate it on 9×12 film … although my 9×12 cameras are from the ’20s – ’30s. Maybe when there is not the city market and possibly with slightly cloudy weather. If I can fit a very dark filter, hope to cut away people with a long exposure. Best appreciation for your project!
Vielen Dank für die Beschreibung und zusätzlichen Erläuterungen!