So here it is, my last and final post of Film is Not Dead Workshop. All images are shot with manual focusing on my Canon A-1 with a 50mm f/1.8 lens.
The B&W shots are from day one of the workshop. I didn’t bring enough color film so I had to use my roll of B&W (Kodak Professional BW 400CN). I’m so glad that the situation sort of forced me to use it because I love how they turned out.
Here are some shots from day 3 of the workshop. It was a super bright day…and we shot right in the middle of the day. :)
Film – Fujifilm Pro 400H
As you can see, I’m not super good at shooting film yet. I have every intention to get better though – both at metering and manual focusing. If and when I do have some extra budget, I would love to invest in a better film camera.
My other goal for the next coming year is to shoot more personal stuff and have the attitude that I’m shooting for myself. This is an important step for me to refine my own photography voice. Up until now, I think Orange Turtle already has its own distinct style. But I want to refine it even more…and hopefully, at some point I can articulate my philosophy on photography. :)