Last week I finally got down to working on my backlog of C-41 rolls. Some of them dated from the middle of 2017. My Unicolor C-41 kit from the Film Photography project store had been freshly prepared, and my new Sous Vide stick pod immersion heater (I will feature this in my next post) kept all the temps at precisely 102 degrees F, making development go much more smoothly with less use of water. One of the rolls was from my trip to Marquette, MI in late June of 2017, shot with my Trip 35. I had forgotten about taking that camera, and the delayed joy of seeing the images was a real treat.
|Downtown Marquette is a great place to shop|
Walking around with the Trip 35 on a hot sunny day in Marquette was a perfect combination. The camera handled the situations well, of course aided by the great latitude of the film. The one thing about the Trip 35 is that it has two shutter speeds - 1/30th and 1/200th sec. So long as you don't get too far out of the camera's "comfort zone" you will have great results. I see the Trip 35 as one of those cameras that become a trusted tool the more you use it.
|Look carefully. Marquette in the distance, and my daughter rock-hunting on the|
beach in the foreground.
|Marquette's classic Post Office|
|I often find the backsides of buildings far more interesting.|
|Peeking through the alley|
|A lot of sandstone was used in building|
|Art in a public space|
|Just a beauty of a day|
|Getzs is the place to shop if you want to blow your budget|
|A visit here is a great way to relax and have a good brew.|