I just developed my first roll that I shot outside at iso 400 in morning sunlight and a flash. What I found interesting is that although the Diana F+ do not have a light meter it properly exposed white coats while under exposing the people wearing them. The shots of butchers in Eastern Market looks like frames full of invisible men. I’d laugh at this if I wasn’t so confident that I’d have a solid roll of people pictures. Not. Never overestimate the quirkiness of plastic.
I also found it interesting that iso 400 film gave me overexposed images. I’ll be able to fix most in the darkroom and Photoshop but my next rolls will be Rollei Sperpan 200.
I’ve posted a few new pictures in à Jour (Holga fisheye). A lot of Detroit's old treasures are behind wire fence, like the Michigan Train Depot. Hopefully one day we'll get them all back, like before, and without wire.
Break’s over time to get back to work