The sample photos in this post were taken with Konica Centuria 200 35mm colour film.
Ever wondered what was inside the O2 Arena in the year 2000 when it was called the Millennium Dome?
In 1999, I was studying for a Master’s degree in Neuroscience at UCL, London. And my future wife and I visited the Millennium Dome during its opening week.
On the day, I snapped away at all the weird and wonderful attractions and exhibits inside, entitled: who we are, what we do, and where we live. We must have spent a long time inside because there was so much to see.
It was a good day. And such a shame that it wasn’t more popular with visitors/tourists.
The camera & film details
For those interested, all photos were taken with the Pentax MZ 50 SLR camera and kit lens.
The film used was Konica Centuria 200 35mm colour film. I cannot remember who developed the negatives (it was a long time ago), but I scanned them myself using the Minolta DiMAGE Scan Elite 5400 film scanner and VueScan.
Linear raw Tiff files were then saved and processed using my own method for inverting colour negatives in Photoshop.
Small tone and exposure adjustments were made in Adobe Camera Raw.
I actually enjoy scanning vintage 35mm colour film. I find it much easier to scan and colour correct afterward than most modern colour films.
Konica Centuria 200: Sample Photos
Check out these sample photos of the Millennium Dome when it first opened back in the year 2000.
All photos were taken with Konica Centuria 200 35mm colour film and the Pentax MZ 50 SLR camera.
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