I shot all of these on my LomoApparat with Fujicolor 200 but had it pushed a full stop in processing, since I’d never done that. The shots themselves aren’t very interesting to me, but it was a fun experiment.
My first shots on this roll didn’t turn out the way I had hoped, but I got some interesting ones while finishing the roll in the Mission on my way to my photo lab. All shot on my Holga 135BC with Holga 400 film.
Went out with my partner and shot some nighttime pics with my Canon EOS R
I loaded up my LomoApparat with some of their Berlin Kino 400 film and had a lot of fun. I really ike the look of this film.
All right! I think I’m starting to get the hang of this Holga. I shot these with Kodak UltraMax 400 and gosh, do I love the colors and grain on these. As an extra bonus, I figured out the trick for advancing the film partway through the roll!
I used to love wandering around town with my camera and a tripod shooting long exposures late at night. Tonight I did a bit of that to get a handle on my new camera. All shot with my Canon EOS Rebel T7.
Here we have a selection of shots that cauight my eye on my way too and from work today. All shot on my Canon EOS Rebel T7.
I’m fortunate enough to be close to the beach, so my partner and I took a walk in the morning before my D&D game and I got some shots in with my Canon EOS Rebel T7, including a few with my new Holga lens for the DSLR.
Before mt first roll was developed I was quickly shooting a new roll on my new Holga 135BC. This one was shot on Holga 400 film, and the same dustiness and advance issues happened as before. Fingers crossed for my third roll!
When I dropped off my first roll with the LomoApparat, I made an impulse pruchase of a Holga 135BC and here’s what was usable from my first roll.
I was shooting on Arista Edu Ultra 400, and there were definitely a few “learning curve” issues here. First of all, the camera was a bit dustier than I expected, and should have been cleaned first. Additionally, the film advance is a little tricky. I think I have i sorted, on my third roll, but we will see. Basically it feels like it’s finished advancing, but then there is one more spin of the advance wheel before it’s solidly advanced. So, lots of unintentionally overlapping frames on this and the second roll.