In a bit of a departure from my usual style of photography, I recently had the opportunity to do some family portraits. It wasn’t that great a departure, though, as it was done in and around the woods at a local park, and not in studio conditions.
At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Please take the time for two minutes of silence and reflection.
In a recent post I mentioned that I would be getting a scanner specifically to scan film. I ordered it online and it arrived a couple days later, which, happily, was much quicker than I had been anticipating. As soon as I set it up I put it through it’s paces on two rolls of film I recently developed. One in 6×9 format, from the Ensign, and the other 6×6′ from the Hasselblad.
Last week I wrote about developing my first roll of 120 film. This was kind of like crossing a bridge on the trail that is leading me from using a film camera again, to actually developing the film. This week I had it scanned and now can see the results.