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.

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.