Photo by Michael S. Goldfarb

Olympus Pen EES-2

Lower Manhattan, New York City (2000)

"Wending my way down from the East Village to Chinatown on a warm Sunday in February, I came upon these two wonderful statues standing in a stoneyard, staring at me through the fence like cool Downtown hipsters. With the Pen's native vertical format, it was a natural."

Circa 1968 Olympus Pen EES-2 with Plus-X film, exposure 1/200 with aperture automatically set by built-in meter. Developed in D-76 1:1 and printed at 5x7" on Luminos Flexicon VC RC with a #3-1/2 filter using a 1950s Omega D3 enlarger with a 50mm EL-Nikkor lens. Scanned to PCX file at 150dpi and converted to JPEG with minor contrast/brightness corrections.

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