Yesterday I realized that the Tiffen Orange Filter that I bought for the back of my 8x10 Schneider lens also fits on the Zeiss 80mm f2.8 lens for my Hasselblad. I had the filter in my bag when I was in Lower Manhattan yesterday, so I thought I would try it out on the New York by Gehry Building. New York by Gehry Building in the Sun, NYC, Fuji Neopan Acros 100 Film (this shot was without a filter)
There's very little difference, but I'm sure it was because the sun was very bright, which really lightened the blue of the sky. A darker blue sky would have resulted in a much darker sky on the second shot. Anyway, I love the building and especially love these two compositions of it. I'll go back on another day when the sun is a bit lower in the sky.
These shots were developed in HC 110 Solution H for five minutes at 20C.