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I tried a new film and developer yesterday. Rollei RPX 400 film and R09 developer. I'm very, very happy with the results.
Crane at dock 2, in Port Adelaide.
I popped down to Semaphore today to finish off a film. This was the film canister that popped open. So I was pretty lucky to have even this from it.
I'm not loving how my Epson scanner is handling less dense negatives. I might have to try it on the SLR scanner.
Fomapan 200 Creative
Olympus OM-1 with 25A filter.
I'm 400 metres, by road, from the exchange.
Only some photos ruined! Hooray!
(see...almost unbearably heavy)
From a couple of years ago, and ***OMG*** a colour photograph.
Sunset over Adelaide on an oddly hazy/smoky day.
Traintracks near Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Adelaide.
I found an enlarger on Gumtree that might be of use for me - printing 6x6 would be awesome. At this stage they're only going to digital.
The remains of the pier at Port Willunga, close-ish to the wreck of the Star of Greece.
(ok - this is now my photo thread)
Here's an ancient SAAB. I think it's a 96 (not the year). Iteresting factoid - these came with a 2-stroke engine. Because 2-strokes don't work well coasting (engines don't need fuel when coasting, which means a 2-stroke isn't getting any lubrication) it also had a free-wheel which would allow the engine to be at idle while coasting.