Cameranda is from camera and andare, to walk around with a camera, in this case over the region extending from San Francisco to Santa Cruz, photographs captured on Kodak Ektar film. The two cameras used operate only in manual mode. One camera has a built-in light meter; a hand-held meter or the sunny sixteen rule is used for the other camera. No filters other than the UV; the lens hood is the shade of a nearby tree.

Film is processed at Foto Express in San José. I thank Henry at Foto Express for introducing me to Ektar, and for the invariably fine processing. Negatives are scanned with an Epson V600, exposure and color set in the scan. GIMP is used to straighten and reduce images to 1/4 or 1/8 scale exact to the pixel for the website. No adjustments to color or exposure after the scan.

Spend time at each picture before going on to the next one, as you would in a gallery; don't look at too many pictures at a time. Thanks for stopping by.

Photographs of Key West houses (in new window) → Camera Coral Island
Nonpareil web hosting (in new window) → Webhosting Logic
Jon Cervantes Aymon, paisant de Dordogne

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