Gonjasufi – Duet
Thanks to my credit card ThankYou points, I am now the owner of a nice new Epson v700 scanner! This means that instead of paying an exorbitant amount to have my 35mm and 120 film developed and scanned, now I can just have them developed (until I start developing them) and scan them myself. Epson doesn’t do the greatest job in giving instructions for more than just a basic photo scan, so it might take some time to learn and adjust my settings.
I’ve saved up a few rolls that are all waiting patiently to be scanned. The first roll to be scanned was some Ilford Delta 400 Pro 120 film from an early morning walk in Baltimore with some fellow photographers from around a month ago. Here are some of those photos. You may notice that the last photo is a bit of a jumble. I was using my Mamiya645 and wanted to try the multiple exposure switch. I thought that I could continue to take photos on one frame and when I wound the film it would move to the next frame. Unfortunately winding the film doesn’t do anything when the multiple exposure switch is on. This meant I was stuck on frame 11 for a long time. Of course I didn’t realize this until a few days later when it hit me that the roll was never ending and there must be a problem.