I shot a few photos in the fog in Carlton when I went wine tasting on my birthday. Unfortunately, I think the light meter on my camera was bumped and changed, and all the shots came out underexposed. These fog shots were even overexposed one stop to compensate for the brightness of the fog, but they’re still off. Slide film may not have been the best choice for these shots, either, as the EVs between the highlights and shadows are so many. From what I can tell, everything came out underexposed on the roll. I may have metered at 100 for 50 speed film. I may even have forgot what film I was shooting and set the meter myself.
Playing around in post, I realized that these would have been excellent B&W shots. Delta 100 would have been a great film.

I shot a few photos in the fog in Carlton when I went wine tasting on my birthday. Unfortunately, I think the light meter on my camera was bumped and changed, and all the shots came out underexposed. These fog shots were even overexposed one stop to compensate for the brightness of the fog, but they’re still off. Slide film may not have been the best choice for these shots, either, as the EVs between the highlights and shadows are so many. From what I can tell, everything came out underexposed on the roll. I may have metered at 100 for 50 speed film. I may even have forgot what film I was shooting and set the meter myself.
Playing around in post, I realized that these would have been excellent B&W shots. Delta 100 would have been a great film.

I shot a few photos in the fog in Carlton when I went wine tasting on my birthday. Unfortunately, I think the light meter on my camera was bumped and changed, and all the shots came out underexposed. These fog shots were even overexposed one stop to compensate for the brightness of the fog, but they’re still off. Slide film may not have been the best choice for these shots, either, as the EVs between the highlights and shadows are so many. From what I can tell, everything came out underexposed on the roll. I may have metered at 100 for 50 speed film. I may even have forgot what film I was shooting and set the meter myself.
Playing around in post, I realized that these would have been excellent B&W shots. Delta 100 would have been a great film.

I shot a few photos in the fog in Carlton when I went wine tasting on my birthday. Unfortunately, I think the light meter on my camera was bumped and changed, and all the shots came out underexposed. These fog shots were even overexposed one stop to compensate for the brightness of the fog, but they’re still off. Slide film may not have been the best choice for these shots, either, as the EVs between the highlights and shadows are so many. From what I can tell, everything came out underexposed on the roll. I may have metered at 100 for 50 speed film. I may even have forgot what film I was shooting and set the meter myself.

Playing around in post, I realized that these would have been excellent B&W shots. Delta 100 would have been a great film.

(Source: krza)