Portrait of Emily Tomlin, Rochester, Minnesota, November 2011
Or, this could be called film from the freezer, as I shot this photograph on a roll of Kodak Panatomic-X, 32 ASA film that expired in 1969. It held up well. I took this photograph with a tripod-mounted Rolleiflex SL-66, loaded with the great old stuff. Zeiss Planar 80mm lens/f2.8, f5.6 at 1-1/2 minutes.
I only used two sources of light: A 25-watt desk lamp behind the armchair, and a diffused flashlight.
Thanks to Emily Tomlin, especially, for being extremely patient and still during the shoot.