I very recently started developing color film at home. Tried it once to prove to myself I could do it.
Did it again to see if I enjoyed doing it. I did and others followed.
Like the last Developing post, I used Kodak Gold 200 120.
Shot with a favorite camera and lens.
Developed at home.
Once again the negatives came out great using Cinestill CS41.
“A Light Meter Too”, refers to a new acquisition. I used the small TTArtisans cold shoe Light Meter handheld and it performed very well.
As usual, I scanned the negatives with my tried and true Epson V600. Photos were taken during the day at a few familiar locations. Stopped by the camera shop to check on some new film stock that has not come in yet, so I loaded up some Gold 200. Nothing Earth-shattering. Just some images to burn through a roll of one of my favorites films, with a favorite camera, while testing a new Light Meter and providing yet another opportunity for some film development therapy. Here are all 12 shots including a miss of an underpass that I still rather like.
Result? Same as last time. A film I already like with additional surface area had to be a win and it was.