Fallen bougainvillea #01 + #02

Shot on Rollei Vario Chrome at EI 400 vs EI 200
Color reversal (slide) film in 35mm format
Exposure bracketing test

 

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  1. Hello. I’m new to your site. I have a question regarding push/pull choices. I will start taking portraits against a white background, daytime, in shade but lots of reflected light. To keep the white background as white as possible should I underexpose and overdevelop? Push is the correct term, I believe.

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