Developed 35mm slides of Anchorage weekend

Yesterday I developed a couple of rolls of 35mm film from when I’d been in Anchorage for the Iditarod weekend and started to scan them in to the computer. I’m working my way through processing them and figured I’d put a few up now. I also uploaded the rest of the Sunday drive photos from the Fuji S1000fd digital to this Flickr set.

Anyways, from the Olympus OM-1 35mm, playing around on the streets of Anchorage:

Fire hydrant

No trains to run me over, so made do with the signs instead:

Railroad crossing

Taken on Friday, I think there was a little racing going on the following day…

No Parking

I didn’t end up with as many photos of the Iditarod dog teams as I thought I had on film, but this was a nice one of a couple of dogs waiting to be hooked up before the race:

Yawning dog

Moving on to Sunday, a drive down Turnagain Arm looking across the Cook Inlet:

Cook Inlet

At the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a moose lying down for a snooze:

Moose

My favourites, the bears. Not sure what the band across the left center of this frame is though:

Mountain bear

Will process the rest of the scans and upload them to Flickr in the next few days. Quite happy with how these rolls turned out, only dropped about 15 out of 60 frames due the exposure or focusing being beyond recovery, and pretty much all those left I’m pleased with. Also improved my workflow in Photoshop Elements for importing and adjusting them, so definately improving.

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