No, it’s salad dressing. More fun with the Fujinon 60mm macro lens.
Another over-processed jpeg from 2002.
I have no idea what damage I may have done to the original jpeg, boosting saturation and/or contrast, but near as I can figure it this is the original jpeg file out of camera.
Some more from the Tri-X film archives in the late 1970s
Sticking with the Tri-X film archives with some more images from the late 1970s.
Kirk Tuck’s Visual Science Lab pointed me to an interesting site the other day, Fuji-x Weekly, who list a series of “recipes” for creating a range of particular film looks (that aren’t already included out-of-the-box in my X-series cameras). Kirk was having fun with the Tri-x 400 recipe and, since that’s the film I shot the most of for a few decades, I thought I’d at least create the recipe and store it to one of the custom banks of my XT-4. This is my first test shot after creating it. Nice tonal range. More later, perhaps…