I’m playing a bit with posting. This is using the WordPress.com interface rather than the self hosted system. I have got back from Reatha all the black and white and C-41 film she developed. Most of the time in Venice I was street shooting, or trying to find quiet areas. Reatha has just got a Rakon Kodak scanner, which is optimised for monochrome and c-41 chemistry (which is what I was using… primarily Ektar and Tri=X).
The following shots were taken in the early morning, when it was both cold and wet. Most people were safely in their warm beds. One can thank Jetlag for the opportunities to get emptiness within a city.
Venice is as much about the people as the architecture.
Bessa R, Voightlander 28 mm f1.4 lens, Ektar, processed and scanned by Reatha at Film Soup. Reatha deserves credit, because she spent a considerable amount of time in the scanning room getting this one right.