the Caffeinated Photog

These were shot on some old Kodak Gold 200 asa colour film, with my Pentax ME Super. All the colour films seem to be coming out with a very narrow spectrum, and require a lot of shadow, highlight and/or fill light added. But the results are interesting. However, for this sort of home developing I would recommend medium format over 35mm. For one thing they can be scanned at a decent res and will give quite amazing details. The 35mm film needs high res scanning, and that takes a long time. These were scanned at 600 dpi however, which is reasonably quick.

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some old car from last summer

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gotta love trains

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bring back cabooses!

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light filtering through trees in the backyard

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downtown back alley scene

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in the fields near my workplace

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more trees – from my lunchtime stroll

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walking through the forest near the office

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2 responses to “the Caffeinated Photog

  1. You’re getting very nice results! (:

  2. Excellent! great compositions and results. I’ve just found a local source for washing soda so I hope to join the fun soon.

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