For many years, I had a series of film cameras. I sold these and moved completely mirrorless about two years ago. One of the reasons for doing this is that slide film is now very hard to get processed, and costs a considerable amount. When there were people doing this as their job, such as film soup, analogue was doable and fun. I got fairly good at black and white, but to do this for colour film means you either are really good at water baths or you have some form of drum developer. The guys at Film Soup had a second hand Jobo, and were able to make a living by processing the film of every hobbyist South of Auckland.

So when I got some E6 film developed and scanned, it took a lot longer than other film. I have not processed these photos.