|#analog baby! Agfa Isola 1, part 3 #filmisnotdead #shootfilm #believeinfilm #120mm
||[May. 19th, 2016|11:01 am]
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Camera: Agfa Isola 1
Film: Kodak T-MAX 100
Date: loaded on December 1st but photos taken between April 2 and May 3 2016
Places: Coalescaremonium, Etterbeek, Belgium - around the house
At first when I was scanning this film, I thought that 400 ISO may be too strong for the camera, as my Agfa Paramat (which is less old, but still vintage, than the Isola) clearly states it has a maximum capacity of 200 ISO film. But when I looked closer and none of the photos were actually properly square, I realised something must have gone wrong when I had it loaded at Grobet back on December 1st (it wasn't the usual guy and this guy was determined to sort it out even though he had no clue, I'm glad Bert figured out how to load it now!).
Anyway, it's not the end of the world, but in the future I'm going to stick to Kodak T-MAX 100 instead :) Because that's a great film that performs admirably in this camera and well, it's the cheapest of the T-MAX films so that's definitely an added bonus :D
Anyway, to the pictures!
Coalescaremonium, Art Nouveau Noise.
I blogged about this event before, you can read that post here.
Nocturne and Discipulus
Nocturne. Even though the camera circumstances were a bit flawed, I still love how this portrait came out.
Nocturne and SiSeN
Sorry dude, I see you at tons of events and I still don't know your name!
Thank you for posing for me though :)
Around the house
We _really_ need to get a real "no parking or standing still from here on forward" sign somewhere. And fix this one in the mean time.
Bert and Loa, who didn't feel like posing.
For the first time ever, there's now a roll of color film on Isola (thanks to Bert): the infamous Kodak Ektar 100. I'm curious to see what that will give, I'm going to take photos on Saturday :)
And on Sunday I'll be packing trusty Click, because I want to do some double exposure portrait experiments :)