Here’s a photo from last season for the AP of California wide receiver Demetris Robertson used for an NFL story about 17 college football players projected to be the fastest in 2017. http://www.nfl.com/photoessays/0ap3000000810904
Throw back to 2006. 1 sec hand held exposure as I crouched on the ground. It was a red line stop at Union Station in Los Angeles.
Here’s a photo for the AP for a Bleacher Report story about former California quarterback Davis Webb from last November during a game against Washington State, who was drafted by the New York Giants this year. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2708744-giants-co-owner-john-mara-discusses-davis-webbs-role-behind-eli-manning
This photo for the AP, from a game between California and Washington State on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016, was used for a Tulsa World story about California offensive lineman Aaron Cochran (75) transferring to Oklahoma State. http://www.tulsaworld.com/sportsextra/osusportsextra/osu-football-former-cal-ol-aaron-cochran-chooses-to-transfer/article_3ecfde2c-f9b9-5a98-9bee-8e4d15097bdb.html
In this photo from back in September of last year for the AP, Eastern Washington head coach Beau Baldwin speaks to his team during a timeout in a game against Washington State, in Pullman, Wash. Today, he announced he would accept an offensive coordinator position at Cal. http://www.oregonlive.com/pac-12/index.ssf/2017/01/cal_reportedly_targeting_beau_baldwin_of_eastern_w.html
Here’s a photo from Leo Carrillo State Park in California in 2007.
I picked Ilford PanF, a very finely grained slow film rated at ISO 50 by Ilford, and exposed it at EI 20 exposed using a Canon EOS Elan 7e with a 17-40 f/4 lens. This was probably at closer to the 17mm range. I added a red 25A filter to add contrast and achieve a darkened sky. The exposure as metered using my Minolta Flashmeter IV with the Viewfinder 5 degree and came up with 3 seconds at f/22 between 6:30 and 7:30 pm. The actual exposure was 6 seconds at f/19 to take into account the reciprocity failure of the film. The film was developed in HC-110, dilution H (1:63 from the syrup) for 7 minutes with normal agitation.
The negative appeared a little flat but showed its full range of tones and contrast once scanned. The negative was then scanned in an Epson 4490 using a 1.8 gamma and adjusted for contrast using curves, dodging and burning in Photoshop CS.
I digitally reworked a photo I took in 2007 from the cliff at the Los Angeles/Ventura County Line. I used a Ricohflex VII on Ilford FP4+ 120 film at 8 seconds at f/16, twice as long as my Minolta Autometer with Viewfinder 5 Degree indicated to account for reciprocity failure. I developed the film in HC-110 dilution H (1:63) for 11 minutes using normal agitation and then scanned. The negative lacked contrast so I did quite a bit of dodging and burning in Photoshop to bring it back to life. Too bad I don’t have a darkroom. It would have been a fun challenge to turn it into a print.