The results are pretty good though, and showcases the beauty of this region. Here are some images on route and at the forest. As a side note, I’m finding Portra more and more contrasty and colour saturated these days. I guess it was because I shot landscapes for months on Fujifilm 400 that’s more subtle and desaturated, and I fell for that look. To mimic the now defunct Fujifilm 400 I’m boosting Portra shadows a bit, and de saturating the negatives. Colour negatives do take longer to process due to the grading, but the results are worth it IMHO.
Colour imagery is Kodak Portra 400 on the Yashica635, and B&W is Ilford HP5 on Rolleicord VB.
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