Sunset, Lands End to Marin Headlands

Cameranda is from camera and andare, to walk around with a camera, the photographs captured on Kodak Ektar film. The film is processed by Henry at Foto Express in San José. I thank Henry for the reliably fine processing and for having introduced me to Ektar.

Developed negatives scanned with an Epson V600, exposure and color set in the scan. GIMP is used to straighten and reduce the image to 1/4 or 1/8 scale exact to the pixel. After the scan, no adjustments to color or exposure.

Photographs are displayed in three galleries:  City,  Country,  Sea. When you click on one of these names, then click on  >>>  to see the photographs. Sit back from the screen three feet at least and spend some time at each picture, as you would do if visiting a gallery; look at only a few pictures at a time.

Thanks to the people who made the cameras; to the people who make Ektar; to the people who make the Epson; to the people who make the GNU; to Manfred at International Camera Technicians in Mountain View; to Professors MacGowan and Urrutia at San José City College; to the two women who found the tripod I had left by the side of the road and who waited until I showed up to retrieve it.

Film camera photos of Key West (in new window) at → Camera Coral Island

Nonpareil web hosting (in new window) at → Webhosting Logic

Jon Cervantes Aymon, paisant de Dordogne

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