Shop Window in Basingstoke, in 1982, Mamiya TLR

Shop Window in  Basingstoke, in 1982, Mamiya TLR

Apart from some dust spotting, I did not have to edit this scanned negative at all, either in the scanning process or in my computer software. The colours seem very pleasant and convincing to me, even from this old negative – good old Kodak!
Mamiya TLR (twin lens reflex) with 65mm semi wide angle Sekor lens. Kodak 120 (medium format) negative at 400 ASA/ISO scanned using CanoScan 8800F.

Posted by Cross Duck on 2009-11-26 17:13:08

Tagged: , Shop , Shop window , Gift shop , Basingtoke , Old Basingstoke , Mamiya , TLR , Mamiya TLR , Sekor , 65mm Sekor , CanoScan , CanoScan 8800F , Mamiyaflex , Kodak , Film , Kodak film , Film camera , Medium format , 120 film

Day 086/365 – time for some dusting

Day 086/365 - time for some dusting

Okay, I need to dust my computer more often. . . .

Posted by Great Beyond on 2014-05-08 00:04:58

Tagged: , Canon EOS Rebel 3000V , Rokinon 35mm F/1.4 Aspherical , 35mm , Kodak Ektachrome E100VS , Canon Rebel TI , 35mm film , Canon EOS Rebel TI , 3000V , Rokinon , Samyang , Ektachrome E100VS , Ektachrome , Color , Slide , Slides , Film , ISO 100 , Eastman Kodak , Eastman , Kodak , Kodak Film , Slide Film , 365 , project 365 , March , 2014 , March 2014