|02-09-2011, 12:40 AM||#1|
Earned My Ears
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Who knew I had no pictures of Frontierland?
Join Date: Jan 2005
The Grain Grubbers Film Thread
I do beleive there are a few folks around here still shooting film from time to time. I am just starting again using a very low tech camera and then digitizing the negatives using my recently acquired Epson V500 scanner (thanks for the info on that Gdad!). While I am liking the shots, I am having a big learning curve with the delayed feedback of waiting to shoot the roll and then get it developed - I have gotten used to that instant satisfaction of a quick chimping session with my DSLR.
In any event, I do not think I am the only one out there shooting film (even if its a toy camera), and thought I would start a thread to share photos and thoughts on shooting film. All camera brands are welcome from large and medium format, all the way down to the toy I am shooting with. So please feel free to post or chime in - all are welcome here!
Starting off, my camera is 35mm with a fixed circular 10mm fisheye lens (f8 apreture only) with two shutters settings: 1/100 and bulb (as long as you keep your finger down). It also has an easy setting to do multiple exposures. I am loving it and looking forward to brining it to WDW when we are down next.
Vive le Grain!
Starting off - when did I start looking like Alfred Hitcock?
And using a toy to take a picture of a toy - my train to nowhere.
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