In a recent post, I spoke about scanning the 'duds' - those photos which came out either way too overexposed or underexposed. I showed examples of an underexposed Polaroid, and my scanning methods used to uncover the magic hidden within. Today I'll share one which was overexposed, a Type 600 version of Impossible Project's color film (a 'skins' version with animal print frames). My cameras are sx-70's, so this film will result in an overexposed image.
The original cropped, after adjusting data in the individual color channels.
I live in NYC, love all forms of art, old scary movies, PBS, and dark chocolate. I have an identical twin sister, chew the inside of my mouth, do not fear snakes, (but will burst into a Native American War Dance at the sight of a cockroach, complete with yodeling) love three-legged dogs and one-eyed cats, but have neither, and sing the 'Our Father' in funny renditions every night before bed.