Tractor Trubble

A colour washed photo of a tractor during harvest
Dubblefilm, 35mm. Settings: perfect, film awful

I mentioned in my original post that I wish I had decent film stock in my camera – this is why.

I have never been this close to a working tractor, I have never experieinced a harvet this close.

If I had some Portra in the OM10 this shot (and others) would have been a great document of the event.

Instead I had Dubblefilm Jelly loaded and the results are awful.

I am so disappointed with these photos. I won’t be using this film stock ever again.

What do you think? Have you tried these films? What were your experiences? Am I being too harsh? Let me know in the comments.

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