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Oh boy…I had a crazy busy week! These shots were taken quite half-hazardly…and many just during my late lunch with the hubby today. This roll was my first with the new Kodak Porta 400…so far I like! I also have a scanner now so as soon as I have some more time on my hands (ha!) I can’t wait to see what the differences are from the Walgreen scan to my own.
Gear: Nikon F100, Kodak Porta 400, 50mm 1.8, developed and scanned at Walgreen’s
All photo’s are uncut and unedited.
In the interest of time…I made a photo-collage this week. If you want to see the full size photos in all their film glory, click HERE.
This is kinds of a cheater week for me, actually. I’m posting a roll that I expected to be ready in time for Week 1, but just got back the other day. The bonus of getting a roll of film back that you took awhile ago is not knowing what you shot with it! Surprise!
It’s going to take me a little while to get used to finding and shooting non-human subjects…so a few shots of my boys snuck into this roll. 🙂
I had some accidental mis-fires (from freezing cold and numb fingers!) and surprise button pressings on this roll but I seriously love the power of the f100. Again, this series is uncut and unedited.
Gear: Nikon F100, 50mm 1.8, Fuji 400h, Richard Photo Lab processed and scanned the photos.
Gear: Nikon F100, Fuji 400h, 50mm 1.8, Walgreens 1 hour photo 🙂
Photos are uncut and unedited…welcome to my first roll!
A few notes from this session:
- All of these photos were taken TODAY, in the pouring rain I might add…since the lab I sent my other roll too gave me a 2 week (?!) estimate! All I can say is that those photos better be GOOD! So, thanks, Walgreens 1 hour photo, for saving my butt (plus you can’t beat $5 for a 1 hour develop/scan!).
- If you ever need an open pass to photograph anything you want without making people nervous, bring your charming 4 year old with you, they make a pretty fine entrance ticket. 🙂
- This was the first roll of film I’ve seen from my f100! I’m in love.
- I over-exposed the film 1 stop or so…ala Jonathon Canlas (see his link below).
- 35 exposures is ALOT…I was stretching it towards the end trying to find things I wanted to photograph, but as always I think my best shots come at the end of a photo-session…once my brain has had a chance to warm up a bit.
This project, if you haven’t already read the “project” page, is pretty simple…just me taking a roll of film every week and posting every photo from that roll. I thought it would be fun to show EVERY photo that I take so photogs and non-photographers alike, could see the full process. And I think, in time, it will help develop/refine my own style as well.
Here’s to 2011!