November 8, 2016: rocks in black and white and a color hodgepodge

Remember those rocks I mentioned in my last post?  Probably not.  Anyhow, I shot 'em up with some Rollei RPX 25, a very low-sensitivity film with almost imperceptible grain.  In fact, the grain is so fine that it was difficult to focus the enlarger when I printed one of the frames below last weekend.

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I've also received some processed color rolls I shot a while ago.  I think all the following keepers were Kodak Ektar 100 or Fujifilm Superia 800.  These were shot with three compact cameras: a Konica Auto S3, a Konica C35 Automatic, and a Minox 35 GT-E.  Maybe I'll write some detailed reviews of the cameras in the coming months.  For now, I'll note that the image quality from the Konicas has been a little disappointing.  The Minox has been challenging to use due to its lack of a rangefinder.

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I should have more film to share in the near future.  I need to finish a few rolls so that I qualify for free shipping from Fulltone Photo.  :-)


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