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Kodak Tri-X 400

Places September 8, 2020 Out ‘n’ about with the Ricoh FF-9 | 2020

During a recent break I took a camera with me that I have not used for almost 30 years: the Ricoh FF-9 35mm compact camera. It brought back so many good memories. It was simple, quick, and easy to use. Unlike a digital camera, there is no temptation to keep looking at what you have …

Places Things September 8, 2020 Derelict Places | Ricoh FF-9

Here is another set of photos that I took recently of some derelict places / unusual things inside old buildings and people’s backyards using the Ricoh FF-9 35mm compact camera. The photos were captured using the following 35mm films: Fuji Superia 200, Kodak Gold 200 and Kodak Tri-X 400. As before, the negatives were scanned …

Tips September 8, 2020 ColorChecker | Kodak Tri-X 400

This time I present a photo of the ColorChecker taken with the Contax G2 rangefinder camera and 45mm lens on Kodak Tri-X 400 black & white 35mm film (slightly expired). Again, the negative was scanned using the Minolta Scan Elite 5400 film scanner and VueScan. The file was saved as a 16-bit linear Tiff file. …

Places September 7, 2020 Red Bull Soapbox Race | London, 2019

The Red Bull Soapbox Race took place at London’s Alexandra Palace on July 7, 2019. These photos were taken with the Contax G2 And 45mm lens on Fuji Superia 200 colour film and Kodak Tri-X black & white film. The venue was a long walk from the nearest tube station and was already packed once …

Places September 7, 2020 Diddly Squat Farm Shop | Kodak Tri-X 400

While in the area, we visited Diddly Squat Farm Shop near Chipping Norton to see if Jeremy Clarkson (owner) was there, and as soon as we arrived, we spotted him talking to some people outside the shop. We were pleasantly surprised, as we enjoy watching his motoring TV shows. After a brief chat and a …

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