|Analog baby! Pentax ESPIO 120 part 2 #shootfilm #filmisnotdead #35mm
||[Dec. 7th, 2015|12:01 pm]
|[||Tags|||||analog, analog photography, animals, antwerp, architecture, autumn, city life, fall, lizard, market, nature, nature photography, pentax, people, pets, reptile, shinto, town life||]|
After the first roll I realised that using HEMA SUPER SR 200 film wasn't the way forward considering the crap weather and light outside. Sadly, I had popped in a second roll already (should have waited for the first one to come back really) so hey, another roll with shitty light. I've popped in a Lomography 400 iso roll now, so hopefully next batch of photos will come out much better :)
Autumn is here.
I like photographing sheep, I have no excuse. Sorry not sorry.
Random street snaps are random.
Jos demonstrating his vintage Canon camera. Without a battery or film (he now has both a battery and film). He was just making a point really.
Gaëtane trying out my instax at Kaiseki.
My Samsung will simply refuse to take a photo if you are too close to your subject, because the picture will just be blurry and it saves you from that. My Pentax however, has no such helpful feature. But now I've figured out how far away I need to be, so it's all good :)
Sunday morning market
Shinto is a lazy lap dragon
Shinto also has a really long tail, and I don't like it when she trashes with it (she trashes at everything because she's mad at the weather. I can't even count the amount of times she's smacked herself in the face by accident).
The infamous last frame, still brilliant. I love that last frame. I want a camera that does nothing but pictures like these!