© 2016 Jacco

World Photo Day re-revisited

The final installment of the World Photo Day series, at least for this year.

(Well… I’m not sure. I only heard about World Photo Day for the first time 3 days ago. If there’s more than one World Photo Day per year, then maybe there will be another part in this series this year. If there’s more than one per year AND this wasn’t the last one of this year. Babbling, babbling…)

View of the backyard. The Impossible film gives it a dreamy, seventies look, if you ask me. I quite like that, I don’t know if you share that emotion.


  1. Posted August 22, 2016 at 22:14 | #

    Technically it is not my taste.
    To the point of multiple WPDs, well I will declare for you every Saturday the WPD and we will have a lot of images form you to look at!

    What do you say about that?

    • Posted August 23, 2016 at 09:03 | #


  2. Posted August 23, 2016 at 18:44 | #

    Except for the faded, and greenish color cast, the look is okay, if you want that look… not for every subject or shooting occasion, because of. Is that a variety look that you could buy, so that it will look this way, or does the film just produce results like this?

    • Posted August 24, 2016 at 08:46 | #

      Greenish works for subjects that are green to begin with, I guess. It’s not a variety, it’s just the product. The product that I may have stored longer than recommended before using. The product that they are constantly improving and revising. Still, yes, it’s a bit of a hit-and-miss if you ask me. Next up in the refrigirator is a pack of B&W film. If that also turns out greenish, well… Hm, it could happen, of course… So I won’t eat my hat if that happens.

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