The Harsimus Cemetery in Jersey City, NJ. The picture isn't straight because the ground has sunk toward the north, and the retaining wall is in danger of... well... not retaining.
This is from a roll of TMax 400 that I used as a test roll in a Minolta SR-T 201 that I picked up at a stoop sale, with a very nice 45mm MD Rokkor-X f/2. I don't normally like TMax, but I might have to revise my opinion.
Minolta Maxxum 9, 70-210 Beercan, Portra 400. Not to excited by the development nor the scan. Not sure if it's correct but this is what I came up with. C41 Press kit, Canoscan 8800F. I may send off my next rolls to compare. I still have 3 rolls of Portra 400 to do.
15 years out of date Fuji Sensia slide film developed by my 90 year old Leica friend, i can't believe how well it's come out but my friend is a expert with slide film it probably helps when you have been developing it for over 50 years
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Not the best picture on the roll, but definitely my favourite. Because Maxie is an amazing, intelligent, and curious cat. And this is a characteristic pose. Ilford HP5+ 400, Minolta XD11 with MD Rokkor-X 50mm f/1.4.