By the Garden Wall


By the Garden Wall

Out of the roll of Kodak Ektar 100 I used in the Welta Weltur, this one is my favorite.  It has an old-fashioned look to it, which may be due to the fact it is is 1930s lens which is uncoated.  I pushed the colors a bit to get the result I liked best.  I scanned this with the Epson V600.

2 comments on “By the Garden Wall”

  1. Sadly, I have far too many that work . . . I could dig them out to tell you about them, but I don’t want to look tooooooo acquisitive! But, I will say, this camera is pretty special – the uncoated lens is completely different from every vintage one I own (which again, is too many) because it is uncoated. This reminds me of photobooks from the early 1900s because of the way it renders details and bokeh. Yummy indeed!

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