….aaannd that’s a wrap. I hope you’ve enjoyed this year’s Analog Vacation!
And now for the moment you’ve all been waiting for:
Me gloating over my vacation! (lol–no not really…)
Anyway, I shot six rolls of Agfa Vista 200 on our recent getaway, and have picked a series of images for you to view…feel free to stop when you’ve had enough.
These will come in three sets, and will also form part of my “Analog Vacation” series.
I hope you enjoy.
Found a half-shot roll from the summer sitting in the F100, and finished it today.
The first 8 are on Kodak Gold, shot on the MP. The next 17 are on Agfa Vista 200 from the F100 (as an aside, the 50/1.4G is hugely underrated on film) and Agfa Vista 200 just might be my “forever desert island outside film”–too bad it too has been discontinued.
Anyway, if you hadn’t already done the math, the title refers to the galaxies apart that the summer and the winter now seem…
One of my favourite portraits of late.
Incidentally, I should point out that I am seeing –ZERO– difference between the “amateur/home” three-step colour development kits (developer-blix-stabilizer) and the four step “hoighty-toighty” kits (developer-bleach-fixer-stabilizer). Furthermore, I actually haven’t been using inversions for years–agitations are just fine, no matter what you read.
Finally, you don’t need to agitate the Blix every 30 seconds…15 agitations every for the first part of every minute are sufficient.
I have updated my “Colour Development Guide” to reflect the reality of my process.
I have said it before, and I’ll say it again: If you can develop B&W, you can develop colour…as long as you have a reliable method for precise temperature control.