Friday, March 15, 2013

24/365: Zeiss/Plenachrome

Okay, finally got a print made and scanned of the missing photo of the day, no. 24. This is the Zeiss Ikonta camera we picked up last spring, along with the roll of 50-plus-year-old Plenachrome discovered inside it. I got some Kodak HC-110 low-fog developer and went into the darkroom at the university to attempt to get some prints out of this very old 110 film, but alas, every frame was hopelessly fogged. One or two had faint impressions, but nothing distinct enough to tell if it was a person, building, tree or chemical distortion from being stored in a hot attic for five decades. Ah, well, maybe next time.

Zeiss Ikonta and Plenachrome 110 film, Lisa On Location photography, 365, New Braunfels, San Antonio, Austin

Camera: Canon 7ne
Lens: Tamron 28-75mm 2.8

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