This beautiful truck just happened to come chugging down the road as I was framing the shot of the store 😍 Still not totally sure I like the 400H for landscapes. Portra seems to be a bit more versatile (for my tastes) for both portraits and landscapes.
📷 Canon EOS-1N
🎞 Fujicolor PRO 400H
Full on @ilfordphoto HP5 & FP4 restock for @rudolf.schmied!
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The sea is my desire (1/11)
I shot "The sea is my desire" during a 4-days-trip to Ruegen Island (Germany) in february 2018. Taking Polaroids sometimes feels like a treasure search ⛏👑 And I really really liked it! 🙂
“Before they started shooting, back in 2008, one of the producers did ask if I would be interested,” the actor told The Guardian. “I said, ‘You do know, don’t you, that Aragorn isn’t in The Hobbit? That there is a 60-year gap between the books?'” Continuing, Mortensen admitted he’ss yet to watch Jackson’s first The Hobbit film, An Unexpected Journey, which came out last December (2012), but said he’s intrigued by the director’s interpretation of the source material.
“I’m interested in seeing that world again, and seeing what Peter Jackson‘s done, how he’s made use of the improvements in special effects and cameras and the different way of shooting, which will probably enhance the visual aspect of the experience, the sound also,” Mortensen explained. “And I’m interested in seeing how he’s managed to make three movies out of a relatively slim volume … Jackson is a clever person – I’m sure he’ll have done something really interesting with it.”