|1303 Howard Street, Vicksburg (Kodak Tri-X 400 film, Hasselblad 501CM camera, 50mm Distagon lens, green filter)|
|1303 Howard Street porch (50mm ƒ/4.0 Distagon lens, ⅛ ƒ/11)|
|Once elegant parlor. Note light coming in from ruined roof (Tri-X film, 50mm Distagon lens, 1 sec ƒ/8)|
|Handsome bay window with view to the west (Fuji X-E1 digital file)|
|The horizontal lath shows that these walls were plaster-covered. The chimney was probably for a coal insert stove.|
The square photographs are from Kodak Tri-X film, exposed through my Hasselblad 501CM camera and the 50mm ƒ/4.0 Distagon lens. Praus Productions in Rochester, New York, developed the film in Xtol. I scanner the negatives with a Minolta Scan Multi medium format film scanner controlled by Silverfast software.