I've just had 19 of my all-time favourite film images drum-scanned. For those who don't know, drum-scanning is the 'gold standard' when it comes to digitising film. The level of detail and colour-fidelity achievable just can't be beaten.
Anyway, it was a good opportunity to take a second look at the processing of some old favourites, starting with the oldest image that I can still look at with some degree of pride (yes, I cloned out the fallen mast. Naughty, I know... ).
For comparison, here's my horribly over-processed previous effort (what was I thinking??)
|Camera:||Mamiya 645 Pro |
|Recording media:||Fuji Provia 100|