Branden on the Legotron, shot on Kodak Portra 160
In an attempt to stay positive about Kodak, I thought maybe today was a decent day to post one of the images I've shot in color on the Legotron. Kodak sent over a few sheets for me to test out a while back and I'm just now getting around to really do anything with the stuff I've shot so far.
This first shot is Branden. I took some sheets on my normal field camera also to be able to compare color and all that stuff, but I'm still working on getting super clean scans for color 4x5. Black & white and color film stocks are different and despite being able to get great scans now out of BW, color is still eluding me—damn Newton rings.
I've got to say though, I absolutely ADORE the weird color shifts that come from light leaks and colored blocks. A bunch of people who have seen the camera have told me that I should rather have black blocks inside the camera, or spray it flat black. But perfection is the absolute last thing I'm after with this camera! All these weird lines and blotches. Love it!