"Color Jam" on State St. and Adams, Chicago

There is an awesome public art installation in Chicago called "Color Jam" where the artist has painted the street, sidewalk, and the sides of building at this one intersection.

It was the perfect opportunity to use some Kodak E100G film that gives nice saturation. (shout out to @trw)

I used my brand new Epson V700 scanner on these negative which is sweeeeeet! My old scanner could not handle the large dynamic range of cross processed and over exposed negatives.

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  1. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Aha - this answers my question about the scanner... Thanks!