Blanchland Moor with Kodak Colorplus

Just got round to sorting out these images from a walk around Blanchland in January 2020. The images are nothing special but they’re a nice reminder to me of a refreshing walk, accompanied by a mixute of sunshine and snow showers. Blanchland is on the Northumberland/Durham border in North East England.

I took an Olympus 35RC loaded with expired Kodak ColorPlus 200 film, processed at home in C41 chemicals.

3 comments

  1. I am now looking forward to using my roll of this film, those colours seem very natural to me, especially in comparison to some of the “professional” stuff like portra, which often looks less natural and more digital to me..

    Nice pictures sir.

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