I was pretty disappointed when I pulled the negs out of the tank, but I went ahead and scanned them anyways, and found…wonder. I was really pushing the limit this week, the interior of the National Museum of the United States Air Force at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio (now that’s a mouthful)! Is not exactly the best for photography, dark, spot lights, and when you’re running a camera with a centre-weighted meter the results can be interesting, combine that with pushing the film two stops to ASA-1600, and putting it through HC-110 Dilution B, there’s grain, and the images are spotty, but oddly enough I rather like them. Very Film-Noir. If you’ve never been here, I highly recommend a visit, and if you can, head out to the restricted hangers (you’ll need to sign up for a tour or know someone who works on the base and bring your government ID). The best part is that it’s free!