Roll 24.

I shot a roll of Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in my Pentax ME with a 45mm lens. Or rather, I shot several rolls that way this X-mas. It would be a shame to call it an experiment, as I can predict the results pretty well for that specific combination by now.

Logs. Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 35 minutes at 20C.

Logs. Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 35 minutes at 20C.

Maybe it could be considered experiments with scanning, as I played a bit with that part of the process. I still can’t make as nice scans of the cross processed Fuji C200 in the new scanner as the old one. Higher resolution, yes, but the scans somehow look nicer on the cheap Chinese scanner.

The church. Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 35 minutes at 20C.

The church. Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 35 minutes at 20C.

I found a hollow three, and did a series of self portraits with the camera resting inside. There were some pretty bizarre crops in the set, but after some cropping in GIMP this one came out pretty nicely.

Self portrait. Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 35 minutes at 20C.

Self portrait. Fuji C200 pushed to ISO 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 35 minutes at 20C.

The weather was just as grey and subdued as the pictures imply. But it was a nice two hour walk that resulted in this roll, and a roll of 120 film that I have yet to develop.

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