My medium format adventure continues:
In my previous post I mentioned that I would have my roll film scanned at my local lab. They didn’t provide scanning unless the film was also developed there.
So, when I stumbled upon James Brandon O’Shea’s post about a similar problem earlier today, I was inspired to brush the dust off my ten years old flatbed scanner to see what I could get.
As I expected, I didn’t get much. The scanner was full of dirt and dust, and I didn’t bother to take the negatives out of the plastic sleeve. The pictures look ancient and ugly, but I love the effect!
I’m moving to a new city in some weeks. If I find a lab who can scan roll film, I’ll post the proper version later, for comparison.