From Roll 043: (Leica M6/Portra 400)

I finally finished the roll that’s been idling in the M6 for a couple of months. I took it out of the camera only to discover it was a roll of Portra 400. Color, dammit. I didn’t have any fresh chemicals. The only reason I have some C-41 mixed is that I’ve been too lazy to dispose of it. Screw it, I thought, and fired up the JOBO anyway.

Surprisingly, they didn’t end up blank or completely unusable. The color is inconsistent, but that’s always the case with me and color processing. At least I proved that you can keep C-41 chemicals mixed for almost a year and still get images from your film.

Alice. (Leica M6. Summilux-M 50mm ASPH. Portra 400)
Mwah! (forgot to flip it) (Leica M6. Summilux-M 50mm ASPH. Portra 400)
I’m weird. (Leica M6. Summilux-M 50mm ASPH. Portra 400)
Alice relaxing in the sun on the couch. (Leica M6. Summilux-M 50mm ASPH. Portra 400)