Gjain waterfalls in Iceland, large format film photography

This site was a bit of an adventure, requiring a few km drive down a road that really wanted a 4×4, not our little Skoda. The steep path down to the falls, though, were uncharacteristically well groomed and lined with large bricks for plenty of traction. I would have loved a view about 20′ to the right but would have been standing in the middle of the river. My iPhone had died by this point (and I forgot my analog stopwatch at home) so I guessed at the reciprocity time and manually counted the shutter time.

Camera: Wista 45DX
Lens: Rodenstock APO Sironar-N 210mm 5.6
Film: Kodak Ektar 100
Exposure: ISO 100, f45, 12 seconds manually counted (decided on 2 seconds after metering, 6 seconds with the polarizer)
Movements: Some front fall, circular polarizer
Developer: Tetanal C-41 kit, mixed chemicals at the end of their suggested life, processed according to instructions