These photographs were taken in a small boatyard on the Salt Run in St. Augustine, Florida. It’s not very big, or even picturesque. However, it does have a few piers, old pilings in the water, and a view of the historic Lighthouse. Just as important the tourist area is nowhere close. At most you will share space with a few fishermen, maybe a dog, and of course the local Pelicans.
We usually stop here at sunset whenever we are in town. Last week I wandered around taking random shots. The colors here make things interesting.
I like the colors, contrast, and bright tones of the old 35mm film. While I haven’t shot film in ‘forever’ you still can get a pretty close image.
Fuji cameras have built in filters for just that. Developing software also works well. I use DxO Filmpack, designed specifically for film simulation, and it integrates with most RAW photography systems.
The images here were finished using both Kodachrome 25 and Kodachrome 64 filters.
Something a little different for the web site, and me.