A few weeks back we managed to get away for a few days for the first time since last August.
We visited one of our favorite local places … lovely Tenby.
I took along 2 cameras my Minolta X700 and Minolta XG9 with 2 lenses .. the 35-70 f3.5 and 50mm f1.4.
It was my intention to load one camera with 400 and the 2nd with the 800 for the evening.
You may notice by the lack of night shots that plan didn’t really work due to the lack of tripod and my shaky hands after a few drinks.
The first day there it was lovely sunshine while day two was overcast but my favorite images were on CN800 in the early evening sun.
I never finished both rolls while in Tenby and completed them back home but I have only posted the Tenby images here.
Lomo CN 400 is my favorite colour negative stock but CN800 is a close second.
The film was developed and scanned by the wonderful FilmDev who always does a great job at a great price.
So here are the images … Lomo CN800 first followed by CN400
Click on an image to view larger … there is a 3 shot pano of St Catherine’s Fort
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3 thoughts on “Short Tenby break on Lomo CN400 & CN800 ….”
Nice set. I particularly like the one with the fishing boats and reflected seafront houses.
Some nice snaps Tim, spent many holidays in Tenby when I was a kid and your pictures brought back some great memories. Cheers, keep them coming, even though I stopped using film a long time ago it’s nice to see the art still being preserved.