Playing with my Canon F-1 (1978 Version) in our backyard in Yokohama, Japan 1978.
The marks are on the dry mounted original print. Copied under studio lighting with my Fujifilm FinePix S9900. No cropping from the original.
By the way, all pretty “ghosts” smile. ^.^
My lovely wife Carol enjoying the sakura blossoms in front of my mom’s house in New York – 1974.
Shot with my Yashica TL Electro-X and printed on Kodak matte finish paper. This many years ago the colors have faded…
… but our love hasn’t.
Still married 43 years later to my sweetheart and best friend. ^.^
Chris & Carol
One of the last good images I was able to take of our cat Avon enjoying some warm sunshine by our front door. He was a found kitten, starving but friendly (aren’t all hungry kitties friendly?). He was found along Carol’s Avon cosmetics route in Pensacola, Florida back in 1975. A Tom Cat with a silly name but it fit him. He ran off from our new house in Yokohama, Japan and he either lost his way or was taken in. I don’t think of the other possibilities.
Original image taken with my Yashica TL Electro-X on Kodak Ektachrome 64 color slide film and the matte finish print of the transparency was dry mounted. The scan is of the print (flaws and all) with my Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II scanner.
Say hello to Avon.
Full uncropped image taken with my Fujifilm FinePix S9900 under studio lighting vice a scan. The marks are on the print. I like his tone and tint better here (below).
Thanks for the visit!
Chris and Carol
As part of my ship’s port visit to Cannes, France, I was able to take an all too short trip to Marseille from Cannes and then on to Sisteron. Not quite the full French Alps but close. A charming little town with some nice views of the mountains. Unfortunately I had to be on the next train heading back south so I at best had only an hour to walk about.
The quality of the scans are not the best as satin paper does not scan well at any resolution. All images were taken with my Canon F-1 (1978 Version) on Kodak Kodacolor negative film.
Marseille train station?
Pretty sure that this was at the train station in Sisteron. Although I could have made it all the way to Gap.
I didn’t take notes as I shot these images – 31 years later I can’t recall exactly where they were in Sisteron or were they in Gap?
All the best and thanks for your visit! Oh by the way, if you recognize any of the scenes please let me know where they are. Thanks