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On the 2nd February 2020 I embarked on my first ever group photo walk. It wasn’t my first time in Oxford but we visited a lot of places that I didn’t know existed, the company was great and the weather turned out to be amazing.
I took two rolls of Kentmere Pan 400 with me and my trusty Pentax ME Super. I had never shot Kentmere before and I read on the Film Index that people prefer to shoot at 200 ISO and then develop as normal so that is what I did. I mostly metered for the shadows – which is what the internet suggested – though sometimes I think I forgot and metered for the mid-tones which is kind of my default.
I took a few weeks to develop this film but kept it in the fridge as I always tend to do then developed in Microphen. The developer was getting towards the end of its life but I think these photos have come out ok really.
Let me know what you think.
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