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Japan In Analogue (Roll 1)

By • Nov 22nd, 2012 • Category: Fun with film

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Here’s the first roll of film from my vacation last week. I didn’t shoot many rolls as I was too busy entertaining the little one (as usual). If you have seen the video (of him) I posted … you can probably guess how busy I was … being his private videographer. Anyway … here’s a roll of long expired Sensia 400 cross processed. These were shot using my Pentax MZ-S which I lugged along … planning to buy a used lens for it … but ended up not doing so after melting my wallet buying the GR21.

Pretty grainy but luckily most of them turned out fine. This is a roll of 24 exposures film.

I was thinking if I should bring my LC-A+ or LC-W instead of this SLR I wanted to test out the lens (if I have bought it). I’d probably have burned more rolls of film if I had one of those Lomo cams with me.

I’ve a couple of rolls (black & white) from the GR21 test sessions waiting to be developed. Really hope I can find time to do it this weekend.

That’s all for this roll. I’ve another cross processed roll (I think it is Provia) that I’ll scan another day (soon).

2 Comments »

  1. Analogue rocks

  2. @Ta : Yeah!!! Just that it’s getting expensive! I burned a hole in my wallet stocking up film in Tokyo. 🙁

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