This is where I learn how my world looks when photographed. That sometimes interests other people, especially if they play ultimate.
The title is inspired by the 1930s-era film, Plenachrome. It was a brand of so-called “omnichrome” film, meaning a film that recorded more of the color spectrum than previous black-and-white films had. “Omni” was an exaggeration.
I use simple gear, namely:
- Nikon D750.
- Nikkor 50mm AF-S f /1.8 G prime lens.
- Nikkor 70–300mm f /4.5–5.6 G ED IF AF-S VR Zoom lens.
- iPhone 7 12 MP f /2.2 camera with the Halide app.
- Sunpak Thyristor Auto 322 flash (ca. 1979!)
- Sometimes, rented cameras like the Nikon D7200 and D500.
- Previously, a Nikon D40 and Nikkor 18–55mm AF-S f /3.5–5.6 G ED II lens.
I am William D. Walker. I have never used Plenachrome film.