arsenal filmes


Cary Grant learns that his sweet aunts have a rather dark secret in Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

Featuring: Josephine Hull and Jean Adair


Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

“For a gallon of elderberry wine, I take one teaspoon full of arsenic, then add half a teaspoon full of strychnine, and then just a pinch of cyanide!”

Imagine Being An Outlaw With Jason Todd And Roy Harper

Originally posted by see-ya-bye-blog

Originally posted by thecwarrow

“Honey, I’m home!” Jason called, walking in with a pack of beer.

“I would remind you I’m not anybody’s honey, but that kind of seems redundant at this point,” you leaned over the back of the couch. “Beer me.” Jason tossed you a can, but an arrow shot through it, pinning it to the wall as golden liquid dripped to the floor.

“That one was mine, Harper!”

“Well, you should have gotten up yourself to get it,” he said. You rolled your eyes as Roy took the beer can off the wall and sipped what remained before he plopped down next to you on the couch. Jason himself turned on the radio, prepared to listen for jobs.

“What do you guys feel like tonight?” you asked. “Something good…something bad…a little bit of both….”

As a chaotic robbery of the Second National Bank of Gotham hit the radio, you smirked.

“’Cause it sounds to me like a bit of both…”

(For @soccer-love-life-n-randomthingz​)

Yep, now I’m happy with the results of my color negative conversion workflow (what a mouthful ;)). A little bit too much green here, but it suits this image. I’ll show a comparison to my first try on this negative in a later post.


This shot shows some lack of sharpness on the left side. I’m not sure if it is a problem of the Arsenal KALEINAR-3b wide open (badly assempled lens elements) or of the Pentacon Six (film flatness). Oh, and the KALEINAR shows some pincushion distortions that I’ve tried to correct with SKRWT (while doing the perspective correction) …