Film has a completely different look than digital.  It is one that I quite like.  Just a few more offerings from our recent trip. Mix of Porta 160 and Superia 200 – can’t remember which are which.

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If film is to become more of a steady “diet” in my photography life, I am going to need to find an alternate scanning method. My lab does a pretty good job with the 135 film, but the 120 lacks a little something – and the scanning portion is what is so darn expensive. Of course, the go to option is around $2000 for a dedicated scanner with 120 and 135 support, something I definitely don’t see happening. I have been kicking around this idea of “scanning” my negatives with a macro lens and then running them through Lightroom or VueScan. All in good time I suppose…

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