|Originally posted by squirrelly |
Canon Rebel G 35.
I don't like digital pictures, I refuse to buy a digital camera. I like old school black and white film pictures. All those were actually shot with a 35-80 mm lens, but I do have other various lenses. It was a bad location for the pictures (my apartment) but they turned out well. I think we'll venturing into downtown next week in order to take more drastic pictures.
Yeah they are not bad shots, the close up head shots work best, although they are under exposed by about a stop, i presume they are all shot on the same roll of film, the last head shot is correctly exposed but would look better if printed on a harder grade paper, about 1 grade down, if grade 2 go to 3 or 3 1/2 this would give the picture more punch, more effect.
If you shot them on different rolls of film then the roll with the head shots could have been underdeveloped, the negatives are to thin but probably just underexposed.
What type of film did you use and what speed ASA, and do you develop them yourself or a go to a lab.
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