More film developed from the August 7th trip to Lester, Washington, where there are a few abandoned buildings.
Christian lent me his FujiGSW690III for a few rolls. I loved it. Such resolution! But it eats film. I was torn between G.A.S. and being a little glad I didn’t have it, because you only get 8 shots per roll. Compare that with my Fuji 645, which gives you 16 shots per roll.
With this camera, I felt like I was changing film quite often (though I only shot about 3 rolls).
But I sure like the results. I could see that using this camera carefully & slowly can produce some good results, and the extra developing cost is worth it.
I scanned these on my Epson & edited them in Lightroom. I admit I pushed up the color a little too much. But its the way I remember that day. It was a little chilly, and the woods were damp and fantastic.
I’m sure I’ll go back there sometime, even though I’ve seen all there is to see.