4 thoughts on “Productivity

  1. Karim Ghantous says:

    I think most of these don’t work because the room is too dark and too contrasty. However, -6.jpg is just delightful and you can enlarge that and put it up on your wall. 🙂

    I like the grain, but there is no way that a 645 negative will naturally show that much grain – that scanner is no good, man, no good.

    You know what I’d do? I’d get a darkroom enlarger, and replace the head with a Leica Monochrom. The base would be a multi-stage light box, with RGB lights, on rails. You can place negative strips on the light box and after you shoot one frame, you move the box so that the next frame is ready to shoot. Each frame gets three shots with R, G and B lights.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Interesting opinions, Karim.

      The negatives were pushed close to two stops in development, and three in post, so the scanner did just fine;

      And I happen to like the colour, contrast, and treatment…which is why I posted them all in the first place.


  2. greg g49 says:

    For my money (what a silly expression) I think this is a completely delightful series. I love the varying focus points and subdued lighting, gives them a great sense of scene and natural early or maybe rainy day look. A very focused, careful worker is your little one (takes after her Mom in more than looks, perhaps?). My favorite is number three for that priceless expression.

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