This weeks roll o’ film was taken at a meet-up with a bunch of other local photographers. We met up at the Fremont Sunday Market and Coen (my 4-year old) joined me. Someday I’m going to feature some of the photos he’s taken as well, because, dang! that boy has an awesome perspective. You’d think it make it hard to really get into the photo taking aspect, but really, I end up trying to move him along, while he says to me “just one more shot, Mom! Mom, move out of my shot! Oh look at that, *click* *click*”. It’s awesome.
I put one of my favorite lenses (Tamron 17-50 2.8) on my f100 and we headed out…it was until I went to take my first shot that I realized something was not right. The vignette (black circle border) you see on the below photos is the result. Kinda interesting in some…and not so much in others. Live and learn!
The film was processed and scanned by my trusty one-hour photo, Walgreens, which did me wrong this week by CUTTING ONE OF MY NEGS IN HALF! Sigh….see below for evidence.
Gear: Nikon f100, Fuji 400h, Tamron 17-50mm 2.8, scanned by the unpredictable, but always cheap Walgreens. 🙂