Black and White film love

I totally understand why people who scan their own negatives end up favouring black and white photos - the process of scanning colour photos is challenging to say the least and a lot of the photos I scanned from the second half of last year, I'm still not 100% happy with. So, I'm going to swat up soon on colour scanning (anyone know any good places to learn about it?), set up the scanner so I can use it more regularly and rescan all the colour films I've done so far. Which luckily isn't more than 15 I reckon, but still frustrating to have to start over. 

The worst part is looking at the images and knowing, feeling, that they're not quite right - but not knowing how to fix it. But I'm going to learn - I'm earnest and I'm going to show up and get it done. 

Luckily I still have some black and white photos from our mini moon that I'm very taken with and happy to be finally sharing.

I usually try and put together photos from a similar place/time and these were taken on the same day/roll but a bit spread apart. Today however, I decided to just pick my favourites from the batch I still have to share, because why not? 

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Kodak BW400CN (I love it!)
Location: Hardcastle Craggs/ Hebden Bridge

Our Mini Moon - Heptonstall Part I

As well as looking around Hebden Bridge we also visited the nearby village Heptonstall. Be warned - this cute little village is not for the faint of heart when walking - just getting there involved climbing a very steep incline - but it was totally worth it for the views across Hebden Bridge and the actual village as well. 

Our first stop after climbing our way to Heptonstall was the pub where we met a very friendly cat (though cats always look grumpy in photos it seems) and enjoyed a little rest before we continued looking around the village.

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Agfa Vista 200
Location: Heptonstall

Our Mini Moon - Hebden Bridge Part II

Thomas found a little apartment just outside the town near the Craggs for us to stay in which over looked the woods along the valley and felt like something out of an Ewok forest, especially in the morning when the views were misty and just stunning.

We also had some food in Mooch Cafe which as well as being really yummy was also quite a photogenic venue which I definitely enjoyed and took advantage of haha.

Camera: Canon EOS 750
Film: Agfa Vista 200
Location: Hebden Bridge