Various examples of artificial illumination, Stanford University. The weird spectral properties of different types of artificial light (which our eyes mostly don’t see) interact in strange ways with the weird spectral sensitivities (which only the most serious film geeks are aware of) of different types of film. Digital seems to be less weird in this way. I’m as yet undecided whether this is a loss or a gain.
Shot with a Minolta XG-M and the 50mm f1.7 lens on Ektachrome 400, scanned on a Polaroid SprintScan 35+, then cleaned up, color corrected, and cropped in Photoshop 7.