Two months ago, a camera club I belong to met in Tumwater at Rutledge Family Farm. Going through the refrigerator, I discovered a roll of Cinestill 800t that was a couple of years past the expiration date. I wanted to use color film for the event. I rarely shoot at night, so I loaded the film in the Nikon N90s, which has a shutter that includes 1/8000th of a second, and went to the event. (https://rutledgecornmaze.com/sunflower-festival/)
The film was developed at The Evergreen State College. I scanned the film using VueScan. The college has opened its darkroom this quarter after being closed during the pandemic. I have paid my dues and will again be able to make darkroom prints.
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Most photographers use this film during the night hours photographing the street neons. It became some kitschy fashion these days. But you show how beautiful the results could be also during daylight.
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