I shot a bunch of different 35mm film recently and from the 9 or 10 rolls I’ve had processed so far, I’ve singled out these images as the strongest of the 300+ that are hidden away in a box somewhere in my room.
After they were developed by a mini-lab here in Canberra, the prints were scanned on an ordinary flatbed document scanner that introduced a white border down one side of the frame which I cropped out.
Apart from that, what you see is what you get. Standard development from a mini-lab and scans from an all-in-one office device.
No sharpening, adjusting levels, pushing colours or other fancy photo manipulating techniques*
There are some in-camera double exposures and long exposures in the collection, you can try and guess which ones.
I hope you enjoy.
*My Photoshop/GIMP/Lightroom skills are very basic anyway and lets face it, would you let someone who’s colourblind start playing with hue, saturation and brightness?