May 7, 2010

zenit-b, volume twenty-six






Got four developed rolls of film in the mail this morning, so I've been scanning negatives all day long. Leo took the third one. Now it's almost 2:30AM and I should be sleeping.

12 comments :

  1. det är alltid en fröjd att titta in på din blogg. tjusigt!

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  2. Hi, your photos are beautiful !
    How do you do to make disapear your nav bar ?

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  3. do you develop your films? and do you scan negatives?

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  4. Love love love this!

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  5. tack/thanks!

    syd: I included a code in my html-file, search for "blogger navbar mouseover" or something like that on google and you should find it :)

    anonym: I don't develop film myself (except for black and white sometimes), and yes, I scan the negatives!

    marika: had no idea what moor was at first, but after some reading on wikipedia I'm assuming you're talking about the last photo :)

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  6. They're amazing! the tones are so incredible, especially in the first picture - just a dream :)
    I'm thinking of buying a zenit-b by the way, though not sure if I can find an offer..

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  7. maria: thank you so much! I'm pretty sure you can find a zenit for a good price on ebay. I got mine for £6 or something like that, if I remember it right :) and don't forget to look for zenit-e and other models, they're pretty much the same with the only difference that the zenit-b doesn't have a light meter.

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  8. your images are incredible! lush and atmospheric - my favorite. :)

    i use film also and am looking for a negative and print scanner. what kind do you use?

    thanks! xoxo

    K

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  9. i love your photos! so lush and atmospheric - my favorite!

    i also use film and am currently looking for a negative and print scanner. which kind do you use?

    thanks! xoxo

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  10. kelly: thank you! I use an epson perfection 3200, which is a rather old model in the perfection-series, but it seriously works perfect for both negatives and prints :)

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