Slide or Film scans - The early you

Challenge #6 in the POV series. Hosted by AlexBakerPhotoz.
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Did you start on film? Do you still have a great film library that you are trying to move to digital media? Show us the oldest shot you can find that you are still proud of and did a nice recovery of with a film or print scan or even copied a print with your digital camera and good software. Tell us about the shot and what it means to you. Tell us what you did to scan and fix it up. Original shot has to pre-date modern digital photography equipment, but can benefit from modern digital processing - you're on your honor, here. Previous DP Review challenge entries NOT ALLOWED.
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Brooklyn Bridge August 2001
by Alec
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Brooklyn Bridge is among my favorite places to photograph in New York. One hazy morning in August of 2001, I have composed this picture - at the time the haze helped separate strong background elements like the World Trade Center from the bridge. Little did I know that WTC had less than a month to stand... When I look at this photograph today, with the big towers fading into the gray sky, it takes on an additional dimension for me as a New Yorker...
Submitted: Tuesday, 1st December, 2009 07:35 (GMT)
Taken: Saturday, 18th August, 2001
Focal length: 35 mm
Shutter speed:
Aperture: F11
ISO: 25
Notes: Tripod exposure timed for the right pedestrians, and for the car traffic to stop minimizing the bridge vibration. Kodak Technical Pan film, processed in Kodak Technidol at manufacturer-suggested temps, timings and agitation.
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