Went to the Apple Day Festival at Mary Arden's Farm in Warwickshire (one of the "Shakespeare's houses"), armed with my new colour gels and an x-pro film. Error number one was using such a slow film with the gels (which block available light in some spectra, depending on colour of gel), despite it being a glorious day. Second error (this one not foreseeable) was that the chems I use for developing are now showing their age (OK they've pretty much died), so I ended up with very underexposed images. That said I am very pleased with 10 of the 12 shots, the colour shifts are weird and the pictures (partly due to subject, partly due to the underexposure allied to the cross-processing) look enigmatic. And there was me thinking I'd wasted a film I'd actually paid for (which is a rarity). Click pictures for biggerness.
Folky minstrel types (lime green gel)
Staff (in period costume) dining in the cottage garden (green gel)
No idea (one of 2 fails - one of which will be Rhi in the dovecote with gelled flash)
Flowers in the cottage front garden (no gel)
Farmhouse windowsill (green gel [lime green?])
Beth and Rhi in farmhouse/cottage garden (no gel)
Haystack in farmyard - rested under here awhile in the sun (did I mention what a lovely day it was?) (Blue gel maybe?)
Worker in the field preparing for the Goat "Grand National" (purple gel or none - unsure)
Sun through bare branches (yellow gel)
Field before duckdog display (purple gel)
Entrance to farm next door (the one Shakespeare's family actually lived in for a while during the plague, much to the National Trust's embarrassment) (orange or no gel)
No idea #2.
I likes on the whole.