Film: Agfa Vista Plus ASA 200
Exposure: F11 @ 1/200
Camera: Argus A No. 138167
Scanned Epson V600 Edited in Adobe Elements 10
We went down to Colonial Williamsburg www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/d… last week for the Grand Illumination (fireworks) and to enjoy the season. I took two rolls of B&W and two of color. When we got back I went over to CVS and their film developer is down, again. Irritating!! I may wait, or, mail the film off for developing.
These pictures were taken with the Argus A. One morning we went to a program “A Georgian Christmas” that was to start at 10:30 am. Trouble is everyone else was there too. We lucked out and got seats for the first showing (we were last two in). First image is to the right and next is the line to the left. Pictures do not show people sitting on benches in front of us. It is first come first served. There were only fifty seats and two showings, so, some did not get to see the show. From what I understand it got rather ugly.
Woman referring the line.
The program was held in the Raleigh Tavern. Hence the likeness over the door.
Sign outside Chownings Tavern. Looks like Starbucks of the 1770’s.
One of the more friendly Colonial Williamsburg residents.
This was shot at F11 (smallest F stop on Argus A) and at about 125 sec. Notice the back of the sheep is completely blown out. Getting a full range of tones in bright sun is difficult.