By ndroo • Jun 3rd, 2012 • Category: Fun with film
In an attempt to clear all halfway exposed rolls from my cameras, I took some random snaps on my Pentax MZ-S today and got the roll of Neopan 1600 developed (at home).
What surprised me was the photos in this roll … some from about a year ago! How do I know? This one below is proof enough I guess … a photo of Jimmy (from ThirtySix) at last year’s beer fest! This year’s beer fest is coming real soon … so I guess it is almost a year already!
He looks very sober because this was probably the first or second pint we drank. Sorry … no more photos when we got all wasted later.
I was surprised to see a few frames containing images of Cyanwater (the famous Singapore Lomo queen) which I snapped during a short photo outing to Lorong Buangkok.
A couple of other shots from the Lorong Buangkok short outing too! I remember both of us were expecting a bit more (stuffs to shoot) when we checked out that place and we almost fainted from the terrible heat that day. It started to turn gloomy after a while and that enabled me to shoot using this ISO1600 roll.
Seems that there are random shots all the while but I can hardly remember when was the last time I touched this camera.
I finished shooting the roll today with some random snapshots of Fitzand … again ‘rock & rollin’ at home (aka making noise).
Glad that I’ve completed another ‘left in the camera for ages’ roll of film. Time to kick the habit of leaving partially exposed rolls in different cameras!