Another quite lovely and fun coffee sitting with my sister Bell this morning. Have quite a few coffee projects stacked now ready to release. This one was entirely film- quite fun and a bit risky for me, given how I’ve relied on those ‘safe’ shots from digital for the previous projects. Can’t wait to see how it all turned out- I decided I wouldn’t develop the 35mm, but would take a crack at developing the medium format myself. Here a few polaroids; Bell taking a photo of me, a photo of me from Bell and the fron of Bean on Dean, Toowong.
Walk around uni.
Whirlwind photography times since Uni finished a week ago. In the space of the past few days, finally got everything together, shot a test roll on the Yashica 124g and developed the film myself; pretty crazy fun. I was worried I’d be shooting double-blind, in the sense that I would be working with a camera I’d never used before and developing the film myself, therefore if things turned out shit it would be hard to point the blame. Fortunately, I’m extremely pleased with how these turned out. Everything i’ve heard about self-development, for the while, seems true; not overly hard and really amps the contrasting. Also, 120 is the best I’ve ever seen with Kodak Portra. I am in love with the colours.
An extremely amicable first plunge into medium format/film developing.
Last uni exam in three days, and look what arrived in the mail. This Summer I finally have the time and dedication to start using and developing medium format film. I can’t wait.
Anonymous asked: are all ur film photos taken with olypmus om 10?
Most on this blog are. I very occasionally use a Nikon FM2 as well.