Roadtrip- continued..

so i have really slacked off lately, and only just started scanning some more film today from my trip, STILL have a few rolls to be developed…
but on a positive note, i have started developing my own C-41, using a Jobo CPE2 and Jobo press kit. it was a lot easier than i first thought.

i am actually quite amazed at how sharp these photos are. these Mamiya lenses, 50mm f4 C and 90mm f3.8 are actually amazing.

photo time!

Mamiya RB67 Fuji Acros 100

Mamiya RB67 Fuji Provia 100f

Mamiya RB67 Fuji Velvia 50

still some more to come, so hold tight for the next lot!


9 Comments on “Roadtrip- continued..

  1. The blue in those colour photos, amazing dude. Heading down to The Great Ocean Road in a couple of days, this has been inspiring stuff.

    • Thanks man.
      It’s such a good drive, so keen to do it again.
      The best part is from Lorne to just the other side of Port Campbell.
      Few tips- you can’t see much at Cape Otway without paying $20 to get in.
      – triplet falls isn’t very exciting.
      – erskine falls is pretty cool, should be good now with a bit of rain.

      • Thanks for the info! I was considering going to Triplet Falls (my research consisted of google image only..) but it’s a little out of the way so might give it a miss.

    • When you do go, do it during daylight savings. I could have done with a few extra hours of light each day!

  2. You’re right about the Sekors. Mine are a bit older but you’ve motivated me to flex a few muscles and take out the Press/Universal.

    • I would love to use them more too, but the RB67 is just to damn big and heavy to lug around all the time!

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