Blues  by peterdegraaff

Blues

...against the blues, Minnamurra.

Taken with Lomo LC-A on Kodak EPP 100 and crossprocessed in Tetanal 2 bath kit: developer 3:30 mins, blix 6:00 mins.
Wow great looking venue
February 21st, 2013  
Love this, Peter. Look at all those birds. The two figures really add something, too!
February 21st, 2013  
Looks wonderfully desolate!
February 21st, 2013  
bep
Amazing view!
February 21st, 2013  
Gorgeous!
February 21st, 2013  
Cool as!
February 21st, 2013  
Beautiful. How nice to see the bright blues. We are still all white and grey here with 5-10' mounds of plowed snow.
February 21st, 2013  
Beautiful
February 21st, 2013  
this is fantastic.
February 21st, 2013  
Lovely shot!!
February 21st, 2013  
Ooh such beautiful blues... mmm lovely Peter
February 21st, 2013  
Terrific
February 21st, 2013  
Beautiful shot of the blues.
February 22nd, 2013  
Looks neat viewed large.
February 22nd, 2013  
Such beautiful shades of blue. Looks so calming.
February 22nd, 2013  
Fabulous colour
February 22nd, 2013  
Really beautiful. Like the flock of birds flying in the background.
February 22nd, 2013  
My Blue Heaven:)
February 22nd, 2013  
beautiful shot
February 22nd, 2013  
Great colours here too.
February 22nd, 2013  
lovely colours
February 22nd, 2013  
fav, love the lomo, love the colour in this, I've never used CP
February 22nd, 2013  
@chewyteeth I am shocked you haven't. It can produce very intense colours and not always weirdings. Sometimes the colours can be rich and warm.
February 22nd, 2013  
@peterdegraaff
slide film and e6 are both expensive options over hear, and my lab doesn't let me do slide into C41. I'd have to black-out all the film cartridge details but they'd realise something was up. It's walmart so they're not experts but they always check it says C41.
February 22nd, 2013  
@chewyteeth My local shops including big department store do what I ask them too!. They will process E6 as C41 no problems. i justt tell them in advance that the negatives might come out gree,n and and don't want them to be alrmed. They look my caring and concern for them. Why don't you start colour developing at home. It really is very easy, and then you can do as much xpro as you like. It also means that you can do 120 and sheet film, etc. You are pretty close to source so it canna be that costly for the gear comrade.
February 22nd, 2013  
Stunning - that blue is incredible - will def try some after seeing this- thank you for posting such inspirational work, I am learning so much on here. fav
February 23rd, 2013  
@peterdegraaff
Looks like experimenting doesn't yield many deviations from the standard.
February 23rd, 2013  
@chewyteeth But why not stand develop E6 in C41 chemistry to see what happens? Just stand developed some C41 BW400CN in Adonal.
February 23rd, 2013  
I like the vignette, it give a vintage look to this beautiful landscape
February 23rd, 2013  
Beautiful. I love these tranquil blues :)
February 25th, 2013  
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