It’s not that I fell out of love with the film known as Tasma Mikrat 300. I didn’t. But I had some light leak issues that looked like development issues, and I just wasn’t sure what to do about it. And then I shot a roll through a boring camera and couldn’t really connect with it for a spell.
But now my mind is back where it belongs. Shooting Mikrat through an Argus C3 really brings out the beauty of the film. This stuff was a microfilm, and never meant to be shot through a normal camera. Sometimes we must defy those expectations.
‘And Groundless Sea’
Camera: Argus C3 (1953)
Film: Tasma Mikrat 300 (x-06/1974); 6iso
Process: HC-110B; 6.5min
Adams County, Washington