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First time shooting with Ektar. It is lovely. This is Savannah City Hall, Ga.

First time shooting with Ektar. It is lovely. This is Savannah City Hall, Ga.

Thanks to Daniel over at 52rolls.net, I am now the proud owner of my very own film scanner! 
Above is a scan I just did of a shot from my very first roll of 120 film. I had it scanned at a local lab when I when lived in NYC but for whatever reason that lab cropped the scans into rectangles, which annoyed me greatly. Finally I can scan this roll the way it was shot. I have some stereoscopic shots to scan and a roll or two of half-frame exposures that didn’t scan right the first time around. This also may be the kick I needed to start home developing. Caffenol may be in my future.
This shot is of “Little Stonehenge” in Van Cortlandt park, where back in 1910 they tested the weathering of various stones to see which would be best suited to build Grand Central Terminal. I think they figured it out.

Thanks to Daniel over at 52rolls.net, I am now the proud owner of my very own film scanner! 

Above is a scan I just did of a shot from my very first roll of 120 film. I had it scanned at a local lab when I when lived in NYC but for whatever reason that lab cropped the scans into rectangles, which annoyed me greatly. Finally I can scan this roll the way it was shot. I have some stereoscopic shots to scan and a roll or two of half-frame exposures that didn’t scan right the first time around. This also may be the kick I needed to start home developing. Caffenol may be in my future.

This shot is of “Little Stonehenge” in Van Cortlandt park, where back in 1910 they tested the weathering of various stones to see which would be best suited to build Grand Central Terminal. I think they figured it out.

Abandoned building on Peachtree (street view), Atlanta. 19 May 2013.
Argus Argoflex E, Ilford FP4 film.
Edit: Here’s some history of the building.

Abandoned building on Peachtree (street view), Atlanta. 19 May 2013.

Argus Argoflex E, Ilford FP4 film.

Edit: Here’s some history of the building.

The GWB from Ft. Tryon Park. 3 June 2012.
From my second roll through the Argoflex E TLR. Went with 100 ISO film (Lomo Earl Grey) this time, which I think worked out much better than the Tri-X 400. Developed & scanned by Old School Photo Lab.

The GWB from Ft. Tryon Park. 3 June 2012.

From my second roll through the Argoflex E TLR. Went with 100 ISO film (Lomo Earl Grey) this time, which I think worked out much better than the Tri-X 400. Developed & scanned by Old School Photo Lab.