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St Marks

By WilliamRoar
I recently decided to purchase some colour film for the twin lens Yashica 635. Wanting the colours of a slide film and the C-41 process of a colour negative film, I decided to buy five rolls of Kodak Ektar 100.

A couple of days later the sun was out, and I decided to seize this opportunity to use this film. That afternoon, I ran it through the Jobo Autolab 100 using the Tetenal C-41 kit. They were later scanned using an Epson Perfection 2450 at 1600dpi. Post-production was limited to slight colour corrections and dust removal.

Yashica 635
Kodak Ektar 100 (120 format)

Voters: KarenFB, jamestheboy, cats_123 and 1 more


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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
28 Jun 2012 8:11PM
Are you happy with the results? Are they what you expected?

What, if anything, would you like to improve?
jamestheboy 6 447 5 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2012 8:43PM
Interesting photo with a good bit of detail






james Smile
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
28 Jun 2012 9:02PM
not sure why the title, perhaps that's personal to you...like the use of shadows...the top right feels a little blown out but otherwise well composed Smile
WilliamRoar 8 188 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2012 10:50PM

Quote:Are you happy with the results? Are they what you expected?

What, if anything, would you like to improve?


Negatives were exposed and developed perfectly, however I would prefer deeper skies in other photographs from this set.

I would've taken a photograph of the sorting office across the road, but I can't shoot very fast with this camera.


Quote:Not sure why the title, perhaps that's personal to you

It's called "St Marks" in reference to its location. Still, it sounds better than "Film 120 9 #3"

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