It has ben a while since I wrote anything about photography and travel. I've been working and I've also been hybernating in the cold Michigan winter. It's finally cracked 80 degrees and I've since cracked open many rolls of film. You're going to see more color because I've started developing my own color film. It makes sense. It's cost effective especially wheh you're shooting a lot of film and/or cross processing. Which I did not for the above image.
I haven't figured out if the intereting color palet came from the film or from my new/old Holga which shot a lot of multiple exposure images without a button that says "multiple exposure" or my help.
I started developing the images from my last New York city trip. This was the first time that I used my Holga 135 Pan which has since been discontinued and natually I found one that was brand new on eBay and the Holga 35 MF which came out in the 80s!
I shot all over but I'm most pleased with the Central Park and Times Square images that was made mistakenly (I thought I had loaded the 135 Pan with Fuji 400) with the Revolog Tesla 1 film. I'm loving the fact that I got images, one and two, that they they developed well (I usually mind grain but I felt that it worked with everything else that was going on inside the camera and out).
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