This is the first shot that I took, which I had posted previously via iPhone capture. The car is silver and the siding of the house should be like a light chocolate milk color. You can notice one good thing, however, there is very little lens distortionin the front and back lines of the house in the background.
This is Morgantown shot from the sixth floor of One Waterfront Place. Despite the cloud cover, I thought that it should have been an adequately bright day for this landscape shot.
I'd held out the most hope for this last picture of some yellow lilies growing in a flower bed alongside of One Waterfront Place. This was taken in very bright sunlight. So bright, that the flower petals are almost over exposed. Orange day lilies in the background are orange, and the green foliage lacks saturation.
I'm not deterred. On the positive side, the pictures definitely have a vintage quality to them.
I can think of a couple of things that might be done differently. First of all, these shots were ejected from the camera in very bright conditions. I tried to put the undeveloped film into a dark box as quickly as I could, but there could have been enough exposure to mess up the saturation. The solution might be to get a film shield.
Another factor that I can think of would be the film itself. With a little bit of modification, I could use a newer Color 600 Film. It has a much higher ISO value, which consequently captures much more light.