Lomography Berlin 400 120

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.

Brand Type ISO Format Exposures Camera Lens
Lomography Berlin 400 120 12 Agfa Isolette I Agfa Agnar 1:4.5/85
Frame Image Comment
1. Killiecrankie waterside  
2. Killiecrankie Bridge  
3. Killiecrankie shore  
4. Tay shore Above
5. Tayside tree  
6. The dookit Focus poor
7. The Hermitage  
8. The Hermitage  
9. The Hermitage Tree stump
10. The Hermitage The actual hermitage (header image)
11. The Hermitage Bridge
12. The Hermitage Waterfall