Today

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Well, seeing as how the last three B&W rolls were such a hit 🙂 I thought I’d post some color for your enjoyment.

These started today at the crack of dawn when they got up, moved through a totally counterproductive photo-walking process (fifty percent of them screamed the whole way…) and ended this afternoon with some housebound craziness.

This is rebadged Superia 200 pushed to 400, and scanned on the F135.

Seventy-five percent of them are finally asleep…

-M.

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6 thoughts on “Today

  1. mewanchuk says:

    Thanks Andy…I think #6 is the standout for me too. I also like #8 because he was wailing the whole way…

    (“I’m tired!!!”)

    What fun.

    🙂

    All the best,
    M.

  2. Abilio says:

    I love the moment you captured between your wife and daughter in 4, and the somewhat “incredulous” look your son seems to be giving you in 5. All beautiful shots, full of emotion.

  3. mikeyjive says:

    Very nice shots. Especially considering all are likely tired of the long winter! Sometimes I think we underestimate Superia due to its low price. You remind me that it can be very good when exposed well. A new (to you) M6 by chance? Hadn’t seen that before in your captions.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks MJ,

      I have certainly been impressed by Superia lately, especially coming from the F135; it really seems to color-correct well when the DX codes are readable–Funny, given that the software is ancient, and still depends on Windows XP! (In the end, I guess Superia was around when the F135’s were running in photo labs, so it’s probably not all that surprising…). The Superia really seems to have a unique look.

      As for the M6, it is a relatively new acquisition. I sold my MP and grabbed the M6 instead–pocketed some money in the process! 😉
      I preferred the M6 in a few respects, but the viewfinder flaring is certainly a lot worse.

      Hope you’re well,
      -M.

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