The first time I tried this film, I wrecked it with a stupid mistake in developing. This time, I sent it to AG photo for processing, not so much because I was afraid to develop it myself, but more because I have been too busy to do my own processing.
This roll I put through my little old Afga Isolette. Not much detail in the exposure list below because I have ditched the neurotic habit of writing down every exposure setting of every frame. I’ve enjoyed my photography more, although I am less certain of good results. Hopefully my success rate will improve with practice, if I learn anything as I go.
Tayside walk by Dunkeld House Hotel
The roll was exposed during a weekend break at Dunkeld.
At the Hermitage, looking towards the bridge.
These were scanned on my Epson V600 and post processed in Capture One for levels, colour and cropping.
|Lomography||Berlin||400||120||12||Agfa Isolette I||Agfa Agnar 1:4.5/85|
|6.||The dookit||Focus poor|
|9.||The Hermitage||Tree stump|
|10.||The Hermitage||The actual hermitage (header image)|