Marsha and I at the end of the shoot. I’ll be posting these images soon! Gif by the illustrious Daniel Bilsborough. Dan is thee man.
Been playing around with film scanning way too much today. It’s been ridiculously hard trying to get truer colours and tonal value out of negatives than I thought - especially without knowing quite what the outcome is supposed to look like. I’m definitely on the lookout for a pro-lab who I can send my colour film to for processing and scanning. I’ll probably keep developing and scanning black and white film on my own. With enough practice I think I can get efficient enough to get consistent results. Definitely not with colour, though!
This is Berkley and I. I took a photograph of her, and then I thought she might want to take a picture too, so we set up the same shot from memory and I told her what frame lines to look for. I think we did a damn fine job without the use of a tripod. The colour seems to be reasonable in these shots, but still, I have a lot of learning to do when it comes to film processing and it’s characteristics.
Portra 400 shot on my Pentax 67II with the 105 mm f/2.4.