If Zomb-E bokeh was good on the crop-sensor, it’s great on film…

And that’s just about all that I have to say about that…

The white balance might be a bit off, or maybe my monitor calibration is a bit off. And if I’m going to keep shooting film, I should really shoot some color charts in various lights with each new film stock and get my own presets rocking.

You might notice some marks, scratches, color shifts, etc. in these… More on that in a future post.

I did buy another, non-Zomb-E’d version of the 75-150mm E-Series, but haven’t used it much… I should probably take it out for a walk or 7 with a reversing ring on the front and see how I like it.

Up next… Porto 400 at the Carwash.

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