OnlyShallow wrote:Love the pictures. I've never worked with a colour film at 400, only B&W. I used to get Ilford 400 from a family friend who worked as a sports photographer for the Herald.
Quick question, when you get them developed do you get a digital scan at the same time?
Those ones I only got digital, didn't get any prints (yet). Though those uploads are the full resolutions which was a little disappointing. They do a higher res service but it's an extra £2 per roll. I'm thinking it might be more economical long term to get a flatbed scanner that does negatives, as development only is much cheaper than prints or scans. Previously I've only done prints, and while I love having the physical image I hate the thought of not having a digital backup. It'd be cool to keep it 100% analogue, but I don't have the space/time/money for anything like that.
Illfords B&W stuff is ace. The contrast and definition I got from some of the shots just blew me away. Unfortunately my camera developed a light leak during that roll so a lot of them got partially ruined.
That's cool. Was that posed or did you just happen across them?