My first Film Scans with my Minolta SRT-101

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    Hmm, what are you scanning with ?
    Is the green/yellow intentional ?
     
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    really liked them... why even the green adds something of value.... i specially liked the way of focusing in the first, which is unconventional...
    I really liked the lighting in third....
    I really like kid's curious and innocent way of look...
    The only image i am doubtful is the last and that too because of the darkening of one glass alone of her specs... it brings some discomfort to view this image
    Regards :D
     
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    Chromatic aberration. Not necessarily intentional but I knew that it occured with my camera when you have it wide open. Shots that I stopped down to f4 or smaller do not have this issue. But I do like the green hues though. I have tried to get something similar with digital processing and it is not easy to recreate in the same way.
     
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    I honestly missed the focus on the first one. Not sure how. I had it focused nicely on the front when I took the shot but when I saw the developed picture this is what I got. I have really figured out that I have to step the photos down a notch on the aperture. I need to upload some more of what I have. I have some shots at f8 that are so crisp I was shocked.
     

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