The other day I was reminded of an item that I bought some time ago. It is a thing that attaches to the filter part of a lens and it lets me take a picture of a slide or negative. I don't remember when or why I bought it. Although it must have been some time ago since I have had a scanner for slides and negative for a long time. Anyway I decided to take another look at it.
This one is from an Ektachrome slide from around 1975. I used a standard Canon 50mm to mount the slide copier. This is the first one that I have processed from the slides that I copied and I am satisfied with the result. As I get time I plan to experiment with this thing a little more. I may do a longer post when I have more results.
I also have been working some on doing a post about the Canon 24mm f/2.8 lens. I was struck by this image. When I finished working on it I was thinking that I would probably have to use some kind of hdr technique to get such a result in digital. The film was Legacy Pro 100 stand developed in Rodinal.