[Note: I’m running behind on Friday and Saturday, which are XV and XVI. Friday’s photo would be a panorama, which I haven’t had a chance to stitch together yet; Saturday’s would be a photo (or two) of the model home I toured. I also missed Sunday, which would have been XVII, which is why today is XVII.]
I ran a raincheck for XI, which was last Monday, because I’d used a Mamiya 645 to shoot that day’s photos on a roll of Ilford HP5.
Well — here’s one of those photos.
Heavy vignetting? Nope.
Photoshopped dust and scratches? Nope.
Complete laundry cycle? Yep.
Accidental partial exposure when I discovered the roll in my jacket pocket the next morning? Yep.
When I asked Jakob to develop the roll for me, he was initially skeptical because I’d mentioned I’d accidentally/momentarily exposed the roll. But he agreed to do it, and we discovered additional damage to the film that we hadn’t thought of.
Laundry lint was sticking to the emulsion.
Wanna see how the whole roll came out? Here you go:
Lessons learned: Check pockets before doing laundry. Don’t keep (exposed) film in pockets. Get the film developed no matter what happens, because it’s probably pretty cool.
Check the full set on Flickr for a few more I didn’t post here.