...a painful process indeed
(Check ==> here
for the thread. If you haven't already, you should read it.)
What it made me think about was what I've been doing with my RF photography of late, which has been about exploring new and different lenses and focal lengths, playing with film types and so on... Partially as a response to an explosion of GAS and partially because I really did want to find out.
But selecting some favourite photographs showed me that a hefty percentage of them were with the "boring" 50mm focal length and shot on Delta 400. That "look" is what got me into this game in the first place - and yet has been decidedly neglected while off in search of the new and the different. I even have an Elmar 50/2.8 that I bought and put on my M3 yet have hardly fired a frame with.
So I hereby resolve to use the 50mm focal length a good deal more than I have been, and not go chasing after flighty 28s (who I can't quite figure out), (venerable and capable) 75s or even (often "just right") 35s quite so much.
And I'm going to use Delta 400 a lot more. Logistically, that probably means I have to develop my own. So prepare yourselves for some really dumb questions...