This is my first time using slide film, hold me, I’m scared. It turned out pretty good I think. I used Sensia 200 that has been sitting in my freezer for about a year and a half now. I got a couple of rolls and haven’t had a chance to use it till recently. Or really I should say no one around me processes it and I just got around to getting a coupler of mailers to mail it off to Fuji for processing.
I don’t really like slide mounts, they cut off to much of the picture (and I hate the rounded corners, making me crop even more to remove them). C’est la vie. I think I am going to stay with negative film, but I think I’ll use slide for the occasional project (its fun seeing your itty bitty true color pictures and easier to scan then negatives).
Another take on the family portrait.
Mommy, get me my paci!
I’ll try this Peek-A-Boo game you’ve been talking about.
What 2 feet of snow on a deck looks like. This is after having cleaned off 4-5 inches the night before.
What 30 inches of snow looks like in the front of the house.
And what a 2 foot pile of snow up against the storm door looks like (the bottom sill of the door is 8 inches above the stoop). This required clearing the deck and then wadding/swimming through the snow to get to the front of the house to clear. I couldn’t force the storm door open, at least not without possibly breaking it.
Can you believe Daddy is trying to play this off as a blizzard picture, Mommy?
Okay, not from the blizzard, from an earlier snow storm, but it fits.
Also not blizzard, mea culpa.