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We attended a family wedding last March (2016) in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada. I brought my film camera loaded with BRF 400 Plus film. If you’ve read a few of my earlier posts, you already know I really love this film. It’s wide dynamic range makes it great for shooting in difficult lighting situations and/or low light conditions. The grain is beautiful, and the negatives are great for scanning. Below are some of the images from that trip, which I finally got around to processing and scanning last month (January, 2017).
Camera: Leica M6 Millennium Edition
Lens: Canon 35mm LTM F/2
Film: Bergger BRF 400 Plus (shot at box speed)
Developer: Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+31)
Scanner: Chromapro 45 With My Olympus EM1
Note: I think my viewfinder frame-lines are a bit off on my M6, as I seem to be framing a little high. I don’t seem to have this issue (I don’t think) on my M2 and M3. I’ll have to look into this. Maybe I had one too many cocktails? At least they’re in focus! =)