1. sprofishgel
    sprofishgel ·

    Like :)

  2. superkulisap
    superkulisap ·

    what happened to this roll my friend? Is it the scanner or the camera?

  3. liquorice
    liquorice ·

    @superkulisap I think it's the camera... this was my first time using an Elitechrome EBX... most of the photos turn out so overexposed, burnt, except one or two... there are some totally black... ):
    I tried to correct some adjusting the levels, but not so much, because I din't want to change the whole photo...
    I think I'm setting the ISO at 200 next time, so the photos will be a bit underexposed... what do you think?

  4. superkulisap
    superkulisap ·

    @liquorice could be a couple of reasons for the over saturation/exposure of the photos. One, it can be the chemical of the lab. Two, it can be that your LCA+'s light meter has a problem or maybe your batteries are almost drained or something. Three, maybe you should just push the ISO to 200 like what you've suggested.

    I have a strong feeling it's because of the chemicals :(

  5. liquorice
    liquorice ·

    @superkulisap my LC-A+ is almos new, I purchased it by December... I think it could be the chemicals... maybe, the next time, I'm setting it to ISO 100 and develop at another laboratory... thanks for answering :D

  6. superkulisap
    superkulisap ·

    @liquorice yes shoot it at 100 first then have the roll processed at another lab. Hopefully you get your expected results :D

  7. escudero
    escudero ·

    Me gusta! Unos colores muy guapos

  8. bravebird
    bravebird ·