Hey remember that roll of I shot a few days ago?.

Turns out... almost no good scans, way too dark. I knew slide film was less forgiving, but I should have been set right. Either not enough time in the first developer, or I just need to tell my camera to compensate like.. idk, maybe 1-1.5 EV higher.

The world of , where you can take 36 perfectly fine shots, and what's recorded isn't usable at all. At least I'm not paying development fees

1: (Part of) the code
2: What the code takes in
3: What the code outputs

I never said it looked good, but hell, it works. It's slow, operating on a 1.8 GiB, 12952x45791 pixel TIFF scan will NEVER be fast with my devices, but at least I'm not doing this all by hand anymore.

moment:

ISO 400 film at EI 3200. AKA, pushing it to the limit of how far I can reasonably play with it's sensitivity and get good results.

Somewhere I got some light leaks (okay, I know where), but other than that, the frame that are good are good.

5 rolls. 60 exposures.
Let's see what I can make of these.

(Going to visit family on the 31st, some of whom are serious old-school photography people, so this'll be fun)

No promises, but it *looks* like I'll be able to make an attempt at color Soon™️.

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