t-max 400@800. olympia, washington. diafine #27.

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These images were captured last Saturday. I drove to Downtown Olympia to try out Kodak T-Max 400 pushed one stop and developed in Diafine. The picture above is of Olympia Hot Dog Company on 4th Avenue. I love hot dogs and stopped by whenever I was downtown. It closed during the Pandemic.

Much of the city was built before I was born (1951), and you will find an aging infrastructure and old buildings, some being replaced or renovated, and many vacancies.

The rear entrance of the State Theater, built in 1849, and now home to Harlequin Productions (https://harlequinproductions.org/)

I shot the film with the Nikon F4, with either the Nikkor-S Auto 1:1.4 50mm or the Nikon 50mm 1:1.8 Series E Lens. I scanned the negatives with the PrimeFilm XEs Super Edition film scanner.

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