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midori by VeraAda midori by VeraAda
Cameron + coffee around July last year, in the back room at Dan's.
You can just see the steam that the coffee's emitting :)

Mamiya RB67 (Odysseus) + Kodak E100G cross-processed - scan from print.



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bornirritating Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
Oh! Love this so much... pretty colors ^^ Also, either all your friends are really photogenic, or you're just a magnificent photographer (I'm guessing both!)
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VeraAda Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011
I do have some pretty good lookin' acquaintances :)
Thanksyou - I was so pleased with the colours too, definitely using that film again! :heart:
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bornirritating Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011
You do that!
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cait-rose Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Loving the sunlight filtering through the windows!
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VeraAda Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2011
that room always has such good light (except for right now because it's been raining so much!)
perfect for photos.
thanksyou! :heart:
btw, i developed the b&w roll that I took of you (on my big camera) the other day, gonna make some prints soon.
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cait-rose Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I'm sorry I forgot to reply :/
I can't wait to see your prints, and oh my god, the RAIN!
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ncavee Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011
amazing colours

good job
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VeraAda Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2011
thanks so much :heart:
i was very happy with this film :)
glad you like it too!
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ncavee Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2011
do you know the expiration date of the film?

i have some Agfa RSX 120 (expired in 2001/2002) which i want to cross
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VeraAda Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2011
It expired in November 2010, so it's pretty fresh.
In my experience though, if the film is up to 10 years expired but has been kept in the fridge, it doesn't make a huge difference in the colour/grain. Over 10 years it becomes noticeably less sensitive and more grainy, and sometimes the colours lose some saturation.
But that's just what I've noticed with the expired films I have...

I've never used Agfa slide film other than Precisa - what's RSX like?
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