Long Time No See





Olympus mjuii, Ilford Delta 3200

Or more accurately, Long Time No Post. Since I last posted my Roll 18 in April I have been working out of town quite a bit, busy with work at home and otherwise occupied. That doesn’t mean I have not been shooting film, and usually shooting at least a roll per week, though perhaps there have been a couple of week gaps. I am up to about 60 rolls this year. I got a new computer this summer, and in the doing I somehow lost or overwrote my Lightroom catalogue for scanned film so that has set me back a bit too.

Quite a bit of what I have shot has appeared on my blog over that time. So, by way of catching up a bit around here I will select a few shots from multiple rolls per post – film and camera info will be found in the captions in the gallery below. This post is selected from three rolls shot on an Olympus mjuii. The black and white roll was shot entirely at a concert that has shown up in other rolls of film this year, and the studio shots on another roll are from one of a couple of studio recording sessions I helped video tape. Both are of the Sam Weber band. Their new album Valentina Nevada is out and can be heard here.

The third roll was shot around town this spring. Together these comprise my Rolls 19, 20 and 21. Not even halfway yet!








 Click on any image below to launch larger versions in the gallery view, navigate with the arrows once in the gallery.


2016-19 to 21: Olympus mjuii, commercially developed, scanned at home.






3 thoughts on “Long Time No See

  1. Reblogged this on burnt embers and commented:

    This is my attempt to get back into my 52 Rolls project. I have been shooting film all along, just have not been able to post at 52Rolls.net. Maybe I can squeeze them into the last 6 weeks, but that seems like a long shot. Most of these photos have been seen around here, but not for months, so enjoy them once again by clicking through to the original post!


    • Thanks for the comment and follow David. At first I was really unhappy with how the b&w turned out, but realised that the spot metering was actually working exactly as it should (I was metering from the face in most instances). Now I am much more satisfied with the Delta 3200 images, and I love the grain.


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