Pushing Kodak Gold 200 +2 Stops using a Walter Voss Diax IIa

It's easy to take things too seriously.

One of the reasons I love taking photos on film is that the results are often a forced reminder that I took up this hobby to have fun and that really is all that matters at the end of the day.

This is one of those reminders!

These snaps are from recent meets using a Walter Voss Diax IIa at far too low shutter speeds and pushing Kodak Gold 200 +2 stops to 800 for the first time.

Just as I was rewinding the roll, I managed to pull the film out of the cassette by accident and attempted to recover it by shoving it into a canister in a not-so-dark room, hoping for the best.

This resulted in some pretty bad scratches and light leaks, but let's just call them happy accidents!

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