We’ve returned from our 2010 Door County expedition, and somewhat acclimated back to life. I’ve been reviewing photos from Door County. I’ve far fewer from my 5D that I care much for this year, but that is probably directly related to the fact that I burned through more film over the week in the Rolleiflex than I’ve used film at any one time in over 10 years. I got the developed rolls back from Universal Color on Friday.
I brought with about ten different rolls of film, some B&W and some color slide film. I ended up burning four (!) rolls during the week (the ProviaX did have several frames shot before the trip). One roll each of Kodak T-Max 400, Ilford PanF Plus 50, Fuji ProxiaX 400, and Fuji Velvia RVP 50.
Of the 48 frames, around 40 are probably usable! The Fujichrome I can already see the good results (great color and contrast visible), and from my inexperienced B&W eye, those shots look pretty decent, too. For having barely used the exposure meter and mostly relied upon the Sunny-16 rule, I’m very pleased!
Once I get a chance to get them scanned, I’ll definitely have film frames to post on the photoblog!