A Nishan Sahib flying outside the Gurdwara Singh Sabha temple in Victoria.
Canon Elan IIe, Canon EF 50/1.4 USM, expired Kodak Gold 400, commercially processed, scanned at home (with much difficulty)
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Love this one, Mr E.
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Thanks Kate – one of the few from that roll that work in the colour.
Care to elaborate on the scanning difficulty?
Hi Ashoke. The main problem was that the histogram was like a single cliff-sided spike with all the data compressed into a sliver. Very hard to find how to pull information out without exaggerating the grain to a horrid level. This shot is the best of the lot – if you look at Tender from a few days ago, you will see the grain in action, and that shot is very yellow too, in colour version.
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