It took quite a while to get these developed. The local photo lab I normally use can’t develop pushed film anymore, because the control panel of their processing machine broke.
They said maybe it can be fixed, maybe it can’t. Shows you the current state of analog photography. Not only are films being discontinued, also labs close and equipment breaks beyond repair, or financial viability.
I really hope the resurgence of film continues and fixes some of these problems. Until then, I’ll keep on carrying this vaguely cold gut feeling around.
Leipzig Book Fair – March 2015
Medium Format (120), color negative film, 12* exposures, ISO 800.
Yashica Mat 124G (Yashinon 80mm f3.5) + Lomography Color Negative 800 (pushed to ISO 2400).
Film bought for ~5,35 EUR via Film Photography Project Store.
Developed by fmp foto-media-print.
Scanned with Epson Perfection V550.
*) exposures depend on the format. 6×6 -> 12 exposures.