I finally got that far down the backlog of film, and here's the best of the images that came out of that episode. It's not The Greatest Photograph Ever or anything, but I'm tolerably happy. Just a neg scan, unfortunately, as noted above.
I think you might do something with that. I would try more contrast for snap, and maybe selenium toning. I like the clouds in front of the mountain. Play around with it a bit.
As my secretary once said, you should get your first marriage over with as quickly as possible and move on with your life.
Originally Posted by Mike1234
I would replace "first" with "only". :D
I think your photo stands on its own. Maybe it's not what you were thinking of when you took it but there is something there you can work with.
If you don't like it, save it and put it aside. Let it percolate in your mind for a while. You might decide that there is something you can do. Maybe adjusting contrast or toning. Maybe even make it into a cyanotype.
The hardest thing for me to do in photography is to make the image inside my head when I take a photo reconcile with the final image when I print it. Do I try to make the photo more like my vision? Or, do I just alter my vision and work with the photo the way it is? It's enough to drive you crazy.
(In my case it's no drive. It's more like a short walk. ;) )