Were you there?

One of our Exposure fans, Brian Wong, told us an entertaining story.

“I have one shot of a 1971 F1 racer that I processed with Exposure 3 and I printed at 16×20 and hung up. A guest made the comment ‘I didn’t know you were old enough to have been there for that race.’ I wasn’t there (although yes I am that old!) – it was the same car, taken at the same track but in 2007. He was so fooled by the Tri-X film look that he assumed that it was an original film negative!”

Brian also said, “I just love this stuff. I do a lot of work with historical subjects (mostly from the 1930s-1960s), and some of the images just do not look right with ‘correct’ color as delivered by modern digital cameras and ruthlessly truthful film stocks. As a child of the latter half of the 20th century, I never saw these subjects in real life, so my view of them is on faded Kodachrome II.”

Thanks, Brian!

About Jeff

Jeff Butterworth is the founder of Alien Skin Software. He used to create the products, but now he does marketing and gets coffee for the programmers.
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One Response to Were you there?

  1. Jeff says:

    When I originally posted this article I got Brian’s name wrong. I wrote Mike instead of Brian. That is embarrassing on many levels because Mike Wong is the marketing director for one of our competitors. Sorry about that, Brian!

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