It has been a long while since I have posted ABOUT FILM I am shooting/developing/etc !!
It's high time for a post, wouldn't you say??
So my last roll of film was developed in a fixer solution that was...
How to say it?
ON IT's LAST LEGS.
It was probably the absolute last working use I could make of this batch.
You see, when fixer is used up (after about 20 rolls)...it makes the film look foggy.
It gets weird. :-)
And this roll it definitely got foggy...
But I also was not paying enough attention and the water rinses WERE VERY (SUPER) COLD.
And this adds to the look of film fogginess...
But when I scanned in the images from the negatives...something inexplicably beautiful -
AND POETIC happened...
I accidentally also scanned in the black and white (Ilford bnw 400) film as "color film."
And it had this wonderful foggy to clear/crystal sepia color tone.
See below and let me know what you think? I rather liked it on these particular film images!
Once in awhile, well, BAM!