Sudden, Late and Sweet

As far as homemade road signs go, this one might be the best I’ve seen. I wanted to get a better photo of it, but it was at the top of a sandy embankment. The harder I climbed, the more I slid.

And as the film goes – Kodak Vision 3 200T, this is the 100th different film emulsion that I’ve shot. That’s pretty wild, I think. I had no idea until I just counted them up.

Vision 3 200T is a motion picture film that’s still in production today. Films such as Hateful Eight, Jurassic World, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter were all shot using this film stock. I have no idea where I got it, as usually my choices in emulsions tend toward the very expired side. But shot through the lense of an old Argus C3, this takes on a very similar appearance.

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‘Sudden, Late and Sweet’

Camera: Argus C3 (1953)
Film: Kodak Vision 3 200T (5213)
Process: C-41

Marengo, Adams County, Washington

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