Blackout, almost, again
Because the landlord who’s responsible for our darkroom is a massive piece of ignorance (shit), we’re still not having any electricity. Again. This is incredibly lovely as I have quite a few rolls I’d love to develop. And maybe make some prints. But you know, people are very important and busy and just have simply no time for that kind of business. Honestely, it could be worse as the weather is great (who wants to develop film when the sun is shining anyway?) which is also partly the reason why it took me ages to post this entry (I actually uploaded those photos on the 5th of April!).
Following photos are still from Prague – Kodak Tri-X.
As mentioned in the previous entry, I washed those films twice which most likely is the reason for those scratches. How’s that possible? Well, I guess in the process of putting the wet film back on the spool my friendly fellow dust decided to get in touch with the gelatine. Did I mention that I hate dust?
I hate grainy dust.
Oh, and I hate landlords.
And I really hate scratches.
And while we’re on it: I hate blackouts. Locally.
I hate horizontal scratches.
And I hate vertical scratches. I’m sure that this is somehow possible too.
Of course, this is dedicated to that French dude with that kiss photo everyone knows.
Thank god, I’ve been sick in Prague because everyone knows it’s just twice the fun when you’re staying in a hostel. And thrice the fun when funny Czech farmacies close at 7 pm.
So much for impressions from Prague.