120 mm film and Hasselblad

panning with the Hasselblad is more than chancy 

panning with the Hasselblad is more than chancy 

As I lately wrote in one of my social networks I discovered a new lab in Hanoi which develops and sell as well 120mm film. They do have as well a limited range of antique and old analog film cameras. 35mm film and cameras as well. As good as the films are they sell I didn't know how there develop skills would be. I charged my Hasselblad 500 c/m with Ilford 3200 ISO film and get out even as it was a drizzling rainy late evening to take some low light exposures and see what they could come up with. 

light in the park

light in the park

All in all they did a real decent job with developping. Scanning on the other hand is quite lousy and I'll have to do it in a better resolution again. especially as they already scanned in jpg. But hey they charge for developing and scanning just 40.000 Dong. That's a deal.

I will scan the negatives once more and will develop them afterwards either in Lightroom or in Photoshop which I already did with two - a quite different outcome. Its the first and the last image. All others scanned by the lab but for a quick reference more than enough.

Time to stretch and for me to push my trigger

Time to stretch and for me to push my trigger