My filing system tells me I shot this image with my Olympus XA3 but my analysis of an apparent light leak signature in a different image off the same roll tells me I shot it with my Canon P. Plus the exposure would have been better if it had been the Oly XA3 since it is AE. Regardless, it's a picture of my son-in-law that I shot a few years ago on a hike in hills above Applecross in the Western Highlands. The film was Retrochrome 320--which may have been re-packaged Kodak--that I got from the Film Photography Project. I processed the film in C41 chemicals because I don't shoot enough slide film to justify purchasing E6 chems, but mostly I like the color shift the cross-processing causes. It's not a traditional portrait composition because I was just lazily aiming randomly as I advances through the first few frames of the new roll.