I’m not entirely certain about this, but I believe this is an anchor point for pulling cannons in order to aim them? It was taken at Fort Taber in New Bedford, Massachusetts, which was an active fort beginning sometime around the mid 1800’s.
Cross processed Fujichrome Sensia 100 in C41.
Cross processed Fujichrome Sensia 100 in C41. I had been working on this roll for almost two years and finally just finished it off last week. It was great to come across some photos that I had completely forgotten that I had taken.
A child’s toy that was just sitting there waiting to be photographed. ;-)
I currently have my N80 SLR loaded with Ektachrome that I will later cross process. The problem is that I want to make those shots count, and have been working through the roll very slowly. I hope to have in done in another week or two, but no promises. It’s amazing to me, how much extra effort has to go into film photography. I shot film for years, but I guess that I never really got it until making the DSLR jump. Don’t get me wrong, I still love film, I would be nowhere without it, as it’s where I learned everything. I just can’t get over how convenient digital has become, it’s no wonder the film companies are dropping like flies.
I started shooting some slide film this past weekend, which I am planning on cross-processing. I’m finding myself to be a bit more selective in the photos I’m taking, which is a good thing as I’m traditionally a “spur of the moment” shooter and have a hard time with thinking through my shots. The only downside is that it’s going to take me a few weeks to finish off 36 exposures.
It had been some time since I last loaded a roll of film, something I promised I would try to keep up with. Before my DSLR, I was shooting a roll of film every week or two, but now, I have only shot a couple rolls over the past few months. I’m now planning on sending my N80 out for a CLA, and hopefully getting back into using it for a while. I miss shooting B&W in film, and digital B&W just doesn’t feel the same to me. Hopefully this will be the push I need to get me to shoot off all the film that’s been cooling in the fridge for the past year or so, we’ll see.