Thursday, November 8

Sometimes I get a little obsessed.

[Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 SE + expired ATZ Edge Cut film - early scan]
[Scanned the next day]
[SX-70 Alpha 1 SE + expired ATZ Edge Cut film - early scan/later scan]
[SLR680SE + PX680 V4C test film/SX-70 Alpha 1 SE + PX70 V4B test film]
[Spectra + expired PZ680 film]

One morning, back in September, I was watering the garden and the vibrant green of the Lamb's Ear caught my eye. (I actually pulled out all the Lamb's Ear two years ago because it was taking over everything. It stayed gone last year but started to return this past summer. I'll leave it this time, but I'll have to keep it from getting too big.) I took the first ATZ Edge Cut shot that day. And then, over the course of the next week or so, I kept returning to that green and decided to shoot it with different films. This happens every year with something in the garden. One year it was the nasturtium leaves. Sometimes it is the hens and chicks. I get started and I just. can't. stop. I love that the green is different in every single shot. (ATZ film tends to be very blue when first developing and then gets rather green, that's why I always scan early and later.)

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