Photo gallery: 3200 ISO
Part of building a habit is consistency, so I’ve been trying to stay on a regular schedule of spending Sunday afternoons at Photoworks using the dark room. Personally, I’ve always loved the rich grain of 3,200 speed film, and I developed the roll of Kodak TMAX P3200 I shot over the last couple of weeks.
There are scanners in the Photoworks computer lab, and this time I tried scanning my negatives to make proofs so that I could more easily make decisions about what I want to print including prioritization, framing, and any effects I want to achieve.
There wasn’t a theme to this roll, so mostly these are images of various in-flight Smiling Savage projects or any opportunity to chase bokeh. Here are some of the proofs I scanned:
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