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Scanned in Color - I like it

Scanned in Color - I like it

If you want to inject some ‘color’ to your black and white photos or simply to turn a really dull photo into something more interesting, try this idea. Developed this myself with DDX 1+4. Scanned this black and white film in color. Do check out my other album how these these photos look when scanned in black and white.

uncle_jay Taken by uncle_jay with an Olympus Pen EE-2 loaded with Ilford Delta 400 film (available in our Online Shop) in Singapore, Singapore. These tags describe this photo: ddx, self-developed, 2001, expired, 400, professional, delta, ilford, xpro, color, in, scanned, white, and, black, and singapore. Date: 2012-11. This photo can also be found in the album Olympus PEN-EE2 + Ilford Delta Professional 400 (expired) – Street Shooting #004 (Scanned In Color).


  1. wuxiong


    Looks like a tungsten shot..<:)

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  2. uncle_jay


    @wuxiong: it sure does! and it 'saved' an otherwise boring photo :) actually, I was just too slow here. The people were standing behind the bus stop and in the shade and when I was about to press the shutter, the bus that they were waiting for arrived. If I were able to photograph the people standing behind the bus stop, that would have been a more interesting photo. But I still took the photo anyway. :)

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