The View from Above

This is just one of many images shot with black and white film produced by the Japan Camera Hunter: JCH StreetPan 400. I used both orange and red filters, and the success shows in good contrast, for both long and short scale. The Oly OM-1n and 50mm lens are a wonderful travel combo – small, lightweight, and well made.

This is one of the cliff dwellings found in Mesa Verde National Park, in the Four Corners area, in Colorado. We spent a couple of days there, enjoying the rich history and beauty of the area.

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5 thoughts on “The View from Above

  1. Hey, Mark! I couldn’t get the Pakon to do the scanning correctly, although I did scan some B&W a while back – TriX or Ilford I think. JCH StreetPan 400 isn’t a DX-coded film as far as I can tell. So, to get back to your question, I used the V600 to scan the film, did post in LR6 and On1. Overall, very pleased and happy – excited, to be honest! – about the results. Thanks for compliment! – N

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