Roll 67, 68, 69 and 70.

The last couple of rolls have not turned out very well. Perhaps I could blame the ageing developer, but the rolls right before that looked pretty good. Maybe I should simply settle for that the fault is in the photographer, who is very tired of winter and wants spring. Right now!

Tasty apples. Rollei Superpan 200 in Maco Ecoprint 1+24 for 15 min at 20C.  Ricoh KR-5 with 120mm lens and yellow filter.

Tasty apples. Rollei Superpan 200 in Maco Ecoprint 1+24 for 15 min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 120mm lens and yellow filter.

Agneta. Kodak TMax 400 pushed to 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 45min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 50mm f1.4 and yellow filter.

Agneta. Kodak TMax 400 pushed to 800 in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 45min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 50mm f1.4 and yellow filter.

Elin. Lucky SHD100 shot at ISO50 developed in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 20 min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 50mm f1.4 and yellow filter.

Elin. Lucky SHD100 shot at ISO50 developed in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 20 min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 50mm f1.4 and yellow filter.

Ten frames into this roll my Chinon CE-4 died. The shutter wouldn’t fire any more. I rewound the film and moved it to the Ricoh KR-5 and continued shooting. Shame on the camera though, I was really impressed by the light meter in the Chinon CE-4, and I liked the smooth operation of it.

Hearts. Lucky SHD100 shot at ISO50 developed in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 20 min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 50mm f1.4 and yellow filter.

Hearts. Lucky SHD100 shot at ISO50 developed in Maco Ecoprint 1+50 for 20 min at 20C. Ricoh KR-5 with 50mm f1.4 and yellow filter.

Gamers. Kodak TMax 400 in Maco Ecoprint 1+24 for 15 min at 20C. Kodak Retina Automatic III.

Gamers. Kodak TMax 400 in Maco Ecoprint 1+24 for 15 min at 20C. Kodak Retina Automatic III.

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