|analog baby! - Agfa Click 1, part 2 #shootfilm #filmisnotdead #120mm
||[Dec. 28th, 2015|07:17 pm]
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Film: Lomography color negative 400.
I'll be glad when the last one is gone, because I'm not really keen on this one.
Speaking of Lomography, bubble tea bar 8tea5 is the place to be in Antwerp for Lomography film.
But it's probably best not to take pictures in there with said film.
Gaëtane in the Michael Kors store.
I have taken pictures of the Stadsfeestzaal in Antwerp with both my Agfa Click 1 and my Agfa Isola 1 in black and white, but never in colour. So I couldn't resist. I'm not terribly keen on this result, but I think it has more to do with the film than my camera.
The Antwerp cathedral, seen from the Groenplaats.
A bunch of my friends at the Gothic/Belle Epoche Christmas meet at the Antwerp Christmas market at the Groenplaats.
Clearly, it didn't matter that there was loads of light in the IKEA restaurant, it still wasn't enough. Oh well :)
Same story in Bioplanet. Live and learn!
It's always a learning curve with a new camera, to see under which circumstances it takes nice photos and under which it doesn't.
This Christmas tree at Bioplanet was full of boxes of tea, therefore it merited a picture.
I wish I had a little more time to take said picture though, so it wouldn't be framed so awkwardly XD
Also full of awkward framage: Hallaar church.
I was so fed up waiting for there not being any cars, people, or cyclists in the way I just snapped the picture.
Clearly that was NOT a good idea XD
At least I know better for the next time :)
More photos taken with the Agfa Click 1 can be found here.