It’s a good thing that our little jaunt to Maine this past weekend wasn’t for some kind of photo assignment because I might have failed. First it was the Polaroid that dropped out. I did have the Zorki and some black and white film but I really wanted some color film shots.
I thought all would be fine when I found a little store that actually sold the color film that I wanted. Excitedly, I loaded up the Zorki and started shooting.
Note to self: Next time, please remember to remove the yellow filter from the lens.
Using the magic of post processing, I could adjust the color saturation and bring it back to a more natural look. I’ll try that, but it’s not a quick fix so I have to do some practicing with that before I’m ready to reveal. An easier way to salvage this roll using software is by switching it to black and white.
Oh well. I’m going to take some comfort in knowing that at least my exposures were generally good on that roll.
And guess who will forever pay more attention to filters?