I glossed over a lot of the features, face detect, in-camera effects like sepia and saturation, exposure compensation besides bracketing, etc. Even Sony divided the information into a setup guide, instruction manual, and handbook — probably 250 pages worth.
Interesting that both rolls, shot about a year apart, are partly shot at the Santa Fe National Cemetery. Some moiré pattern on the 1st image here – I must not have had the film secure in the negative holder.
C-41 developed in B&W chemicals with no color correction.
She knows me too well.
Lots of grain & scanner noise but nice color and exposure.
Kodak Tri-X 400, develop by 12/2016. I bought it new and it’s been frozen. Developed in HC-110 H (1+63) for 9 minutes at 68F. Scanned on the CanoScan 9000f at 2400DPI. I used both Canon’s software and Vuescan and picked whichever version I liked better. The bird bath in the video is a merged image from both.
It’s only fair — I took a picture of the Franka with the Photura
I think the vignetting is not entirely the camera’s fault. I was pretty close with 400 film and the Vivitar flash I used didn’t actually have the combination of speed and distance on its chart so I kind of winged it and used f/32.
The wedding bouquet after a few weeks
The junk at the top is from over-agitating during development.
Playing with the double exposure
Zoomed in to clean up dust specks, I noticed Jem’s face in the branches (screen grab PNG).
I finally caught up with all the slide film I shot last fall. This is not the Retrochrome/expired Ektachrome. This is fresh Fujichrome Provia 100F.
Scanned at 4800DPI on the CanoScan 9000f & resized for the web.