Here is a picture from central Stockholm. I made the picture around the end of November last, using my all time favourite 35 mm camera; the Nikon F6. Or, as I like to call it, King of 35 mm. 🙂

Film used is Acros 100, known for its reciprocity failure handling. That is, non-failure. No need to add extra stops as the shutter speed increases, like most other films.

Black Hole
Acros 100, Nikon F6

I like the darkness of the image,which is what I went for. I really wanted the cars to the right to be blurred the same way as the ones to the left. I wated the “black hole” to be still and deep and dark with lots of movements around, but it just didn’t happen. The traffic rythm just didn’t work that way.


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