Oh yes! Sadly the whole colour change took much more effort than I had expected - stretching my Ps skills. I only had white pills to play with and I naively assumed it would be just a few moments work to change the colours.Worked it out right away although can't say what number it would be, I will go with the original. Have you edited the colours of the tablets in post processing?
Nice image, but I must admit I didn't get it either (not too much of a film watcher to be honest). Good idea and very cryptic (ish) - I like it.
Thanks both, I'll try and make them easier in future!
Thanks Susie! As you point out, these images are very much still alive.Interesting info Paul, on seeing the photo I’d immediately thought of ‘half processed’, but I see what you were thinking now that you’ve explained it. Fascinating to have those old negatives which I assume could still be developed!
Thanks David!That's interesting, and nice to see some old negatives enlarged.
Thanks Ian! But, no - I do not see a half frame camera coming my way. Partly because of the 72 frame problem and partly because I am enjoying going larger rather than smaller. I'm still pondering the square format on 35mm (you pointed out the Tenax a while back - very scarce), but even there I think I am better served by 12 on 120.Interesting indeed. Is there a half-frame camera in your future?