I wasn’t looking forward to doing flatbed scans of colour film. I’d heard horror stories about how difficult it is to get accurate colours. So far I’ve not had any problems – though certainly some tweaks to white balance in Lightroom, both tint and temperature, were required.
It’s hard to go wrong with Kodak Portra anyway, it’s a wonderful film.
My medium format buying/testing/problem-resolution phase is finally over and I can now get on with taking real photos. The above was shot with the lovely Bronica SQ-A using a 150mm lens fitted with an extension tube to allow for really close focus. The depth of field is so thin that only the eyes are in focus – which is exactly what I wanted.