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Graeme

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35mm Film Photography
« on: 20 June, 2024, 04:10:10 pm »
Prior to PBP '23, I picked up a Boots 350 autofocus point and shoot camera. I'd seen some pictures taken by Jon Pountney that I loved, and he had recommended it as a low-fi option for arty photographs. It gave me some okay images at PBP, but my MiL bought me a photography afternoon with a local photographer: shooting and developing B&W film. I was hooked, and my family clubbed together to get me a Pentax MX for Christmas '23. I also couldn't resist a Kodak H35N half-frame camera. Although I'm not ready to start home developing, I'm very happy sending my film to Analogue Wonderland, and then ordering prints from the scans. Some of my favourites so far are:


Pentax MX, Portra 160


Pentax MX, Ilford XP2


Kodak H35N, Portra 160


Pentax MX, Snovlox 200

I'm beginning to create a gallery of my favourites here: https://fatherhilarious.blog/gallery/

Graeme

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Re: 35mm Film Photography
« Reply #1 on: 20 June, 2024, 04:12:47 pm »
These were two of the earliest, using Boots 350AF and Kodak ColourMax 400, from PBP

Audax Hotel:


VC167 Grand depart

FifeingEejit

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Re: 35mm Film Photography
« Reply #2 on: 20 June, 2024, 05:26:55 pm »
Reminds me I have some Ilford Delta 3200 to finish off
Due to it having photos from Up Helly AA on it I dont' want to jsut blat it through Rodinol as usual.