I finally had the 2 rolls of negatives exposed in Greece developed by North Coast Photographic Services in Carlsbad, CA. This is the first time I use their service. It was fast – one day to process C-41 and put high quality scans on CD-ROM, but the cost is 70% higher than what I usually pay a smaller local shop. I often had to wait a week for the local shop to scan and put my files on a cloud server to download. The scan are 11.5 to 14 MB in file size for 5035X3339 pixels.
I used my digital camera as light meter for tricky lighting conditions, such as the sunrise at Μονεμβασία. Most other exposures were best guesses with sunny-16 rule.
In hindsight, I probably should have exposes these film as if ISO 60 instead of 125. I forgot these films expired at 2003 and 2005. It’s pretty amazing I still got usable scans.
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