GrahamS wrote:Alex, what film/developer did you use?
Film is Kodak T-Max 100, it was a risky bet when I put it because it was cloudy that day.
Developer, I will find out, shame one me I don't do it myslef, when I get a scanner I will start with developing questions to you all.
Julio and Phil, yes, next test is measuring the corridor again and do several pictures. As Julio said just a little back from the subject the pic is sharp, worth to try scale focus with the scale at the lens and not from the RF as I did.
Phil, I appreciate your comment about my portrait work, thx a lot, but I feel I just do click and nothing more, my thinking is that all of them make the portraits great.
My wife says for portraits the subject has to be relaxed and natural in front of the camera or person with camera so the real person comes out, the thing I want when I do portraits is I wait until the person smiles (but with his/her eyes). Normally if its 135 film I take two pics, if its 120 only one.
The real challenge will come the day I do a good portrait of an unknown person.