The photos from my latest roll of the Kodak Pro Image 100 35mm film have finally been developed and scanned! I used the Kodak Pro Image 100 during a recent visit to Brick Farm Tavern and East Broad Street in Hopewell Borough, and I'm thrilled with the results.
This was actually my second time using this film, having exposed my first cartridge last fall at an outdoor beer garden hosted by Flounder Brewing Co. On that occasion, I used the Minolta X-700 and MD Rokkor-X 45mm f/2 lens, but this time, I opted for my trusty Minolta XD-11 and the same lens.
I also had my Fuji X-T2 and FUjinon XF27mmF2.8 R WR lens. It was a bit of a challenge switching back and forth between my film camera and my digital Fuji X-T2, so I enlisted the help of my Bhavna to hold onto whichever camera I wasn't using at the moment. In the end, I managed to capture some fantastic shots and even shoot an entire roll of 36 exposures in just one weekend!
Out of the 36 frames, I ended up with about 32 usable images, which I'm really pleased with. The only downside is that I didn't get the chance to make prints or get better-quality scans. But I'm thinking of returning the negatives to The Dark Room for printing or using my Epson Perfection V600 Photo Scanner to scan them myself.
UPDATE: To be honest, I wasn't totally happy with the scans I got back from The Darkroom, so I decided to take matters into my own hands. I scanned them myself using my Epson Perfection V600 Photo Scanner. And I'm so glad I did! The scans turned out great, and I'm pleased with the way they look.
Overall, I'm thrilled with how the photos turned out, and I can't wait to experiment with this film some more in the future!