I recently purchased Ansel Adams: In the National Parks and its a thoroughly inspirational and enjoyable book. I’ve also been reading up again on the zone exposure system he devised for B&W photography with the aim of improving my exposures for my next trip somewhere wild. For now I have revisited the series of images I captured on my Bronica SQA with Kodak TMax 400 film during my 2013 trip to Yosemite. Its an incredible landscape and the Bronica was a joy to use in capturing it. 

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 80mm f2.8 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 80mm f2.8 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 50mm f3.5 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 80mm f2.8 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 50mm f3.5 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 50mm f3.5 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)

Bronica SQ + Zenzanon 150mm f4 + Kodak TMax 400 (Yosemite CA, 2013)