Snow drifts (#FilmFriday)

Drifts and other features created by snow in winter my favorite subjects of the season. They remind me of sand dunes and desert landscapes, yet the cold colors make it clear they are not. Of course, the winter needs to come with snow…

I am getting my third roll of film developed this weekend. I was surprised when I saw the amount of grain coming from the 400 ISO Fuji X-tra I was using. At the same time, the grain is uniquely different from digital noise, as it does not have color cast, making it so much less obtrusive, and even less noticeable. Time to try t ISO 200.

Snow desert abstract

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