Below is a collection of photographs taken in Devon, 2019. To see how I developed the C-41 please check out the Lomography Colour 100 post.
Last year I visited Chedder Gorge and Woolacombe in Devon. The weather was rainy & overcast….fantastic for diffusing light and creating soft shadows…an opportunity for me to push a roll of Portra to 1600. To follow steps on how to develop colour film check out my other post on Lomography Color Film
I’m very impressed with how this roll of Kodak Portra held up. I was expecting the shadows to be muddier but the contrasts and colours are looking great. The photos in Chedder Gorge on a rainy day work better than on a sunnier day in Woolacombe. On brighter days the contrast looses detail in the shadows.
This collection of photographs is from a trip to Devon in the summer. Dubblefilm partially expose kodak stock of film with a blue hue. The film was exceptionally dusty – i’ve didn’t have this with other rolls I developed in the same tank or dried at the same time so I am assuming it’s from where the film is partially exposed and then wound back in to the cassette.
Nothing some cleaning can’t fix and the end results are interesting.