First Roll

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by ZirconiumZephyr, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. ZirconiumZephyr

    ZirconiumZephyr Member

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    Shot and processed my first roll of film last night, very exciting :D

    All shot on Ilford FP4+ (ISO125) with my newly acquired Yashica Electro35

    Gotta try some colour next, just waiting for my MF Mamiya :thumbup:

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    Just a random selection really, I found I was happy with most of my people shots but uninspired by any landscapes, oh well.
     
  2. BeanerSA

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    Very cool. Particularly like the last 2.

    Quite a thing isn't it, developing and printing your own shots? Something kids miss out on these days.
     
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    ZirconiumZephyr

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    Yeah, last to are my favourite. So much more interesting to develop film myself, had a ball....by myself, in my laundry.....still fun though :D
     
  4. Xang

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    Surprised you got a camera into Westfield without getting taken down by the pretending-to-protect-but-never-actually-do-anything security ;) Haha.

    Nice pics, 1st one is my fav. Never shot it myself but I really like the look of film.
     
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    ZirconiumZephyr

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    the benefits of a smallish camera, and I was in my work uniform so that helped :D
     
  6. vindicator

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    Keep it up.
     
  7. BuD

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    film definatly has something alot diff ( and better ) off camera than any digital slr

    last 2 shots are nice
     
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    last 2 are good :thumbup:
     
  9. Namus

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    +1; haircut of the guy suits the picture lol:tongue:
     
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    nice shots! love the motion in the first one!

    how you finding the yashica?
     
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    ZirconiumZephyr

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    yashica is great :D Slowly getting the hang of focusing. Might try taking it apart and cleaning the viewfinder when I can find the right screwdriver. Got some colour film in it now, see how that goes.
     
  12. disci

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    ZZ #4 and 5 are my faves.

    Ta for sharing.

    Regards

    Des
     

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