Asian Art Museum

companion taken with pentax k20d and tamron adaptall-2 24-48mm 13APicture taken with Ricoh xr-p and
Vivitar 24mm f/2.8 P/K-AR mount
Asian Art Museum in San Francisco
Home scanned with flatbed in 1200dpi

I shot the roll with kodak bw400cn thinking it might be the time that I gave up my 35mm film format and this roll changed my plan. The lens with Vivitar 24mm f/2.8 was gone but I have kept the camera and I look for ways to help with film scanning at home with a simple flatbed scanner, I will look for ANR glass next. I just wish I have more time to shoot on films. It slows me down in a good way and photography is more rewarding when I have to work with the limited patience in me.


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