That whole magic, 'you don't know what your going to get', thing for me turns into 'you won't ever know what your going to get until you develop the film that's sitting wasting away in the fridge and then collecting dust waiting to be scanned'.
The saying then continues with 'and once you've scanned them, you need to import them into Lightroom and then finally do something with the images that have taken months to materialise'.
I don't see that phrase being famous and used on posters, t-shirts etc. But I'm sure i can't be the only person in the world who loses images in their ever expanding Lightroom catalogue. I don't lose them their well named and tagged, its more forget. I've got lots of images that i have forgotten about; whole days, whole holidays that i have never shared and have definitely not printed.
All on my lonely hard drive waiting for one big failure to happen and poof........they're gone.
So to get back on track I'm going to start with the remaining shots from a roll of Truprint 35mm.
The box speed was ISO 400 but an unknown expiration date made me think shooting at ISO 100 would be a good idea....it was.
In a previous blog post I'm sure i said how much i liked the vivid colours that i got from this roll. I continue to apart from one shot where the horrible red skin colour is just too overpowering but its important to share a failure now and then;
But now thinking about this guy might of the beetroot persuasion???
For subjects such as a local funfair the vivd colours are very fitting.
|What you looking at!?|
|The House on the Hill|
|Kings Lynn Street Art|
|A little Macro photography with the Tamron 90mm F2.8|
And i do apologise for the random image content this time. I just really like the colours from this roll.