Discussion in 'Flora' started by Rob MacKillop, Jul 20, 2021.
Just fooling around in Lightroom...Q2.
Two colours at once. Fancy!
Reminds me of the look of the prints when I got a film developed at Jessops. The assistant tried to convince me that was how black and white film was developed in the old days
Well if by "old days" he meant the Hill & Adamson Calotypes he wasn't far off. As you know from our brief discussion outside of RPF that's what these remind me of.
Indeed. But they'd put my b&w film through colour processing, and everything came out very red. She was trying to get out of my claim for a refund...
That's interesting Rob. I don't know how those processing machines work but in home film processing you can process colour film in B&W chemicals (you end up with a B&W image of course) but you can't process B&W in colour chemicals. I haven't tried it myself but I have read that you will lose everything on the film.
Well, I could still make out the shots, just, but mainly it was all dark red. Not even cool-looking mistakes. I binned them.
I think the nuclear power station has sprung a leak.
Then I’m sure to win the Giant Leek prize at the village show next week!
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