Here they are folks, the first images out of the widelux. I was provided with the negative scans as '.tif' files which I then processed in Adobe Lightroom. I was also kindly provided with JPEG's of the neg scans, but decided to try my hand at conversion myself.
All shots are taken at 250th second at f/11. All I wanted to check with these initial black and white shots was that there was no banding occurring, which sometimes happens when the barrel housing the lens 'swings'. If this swing is not at a constant speed, then banding can occur where the film is unevenly exposed...
Film stock used this time was: Kodak TRI-X 400TX.
Taken with the first roll of film I've used in over 3 decades!
Katara's Force of Nature 2
By Lorenzo Quinn
Testing light and shade
How would the camera and film hold up?
Full sun above
How would the film and camera hold up when pointed directly into the sun?