By ndroo • May 1st, 2013 • Category: Fun with film
The title of this entry (One Roll, Three Countries) may sound like some cool project I did but honestly … it is just a simple title to describe this roll of Neopan 400 loaded into my GR21 when I was in Japan early this year. As I have been struck by some strange illness called ‘no-mood-to-shoot’ (which is slowly recovering), I took only a handful of shots during that trip and then despite my desperate attempt to finish the 36 frames here in Singapore later … it still ended up with some unexposed frames after a few months! So I lugged the camera to Korea during my recent trip there and finally … the roll that I shot in 3 different countries … developed, scanned and posted here …
This one (above) is my favourite from this roll. I didn’t do the developing (of the black & white film) this time because I am out of the chemicals and do not have time to replenish them. So this roll was developed by the shop and since today is a public holiday (and I have time to spare), I finished scanning it.
I am so in love with shooting black & white street photos with the little (and amazing) GR21!
This one (above) is one of the very few shots I took when I am in Singapore.
The following were taken during the recent trip to South Korea …
I’ve gotta go back to clearing the digital photos of Fitzand as well as finish scanning the roll of cross processed Lomo Tungsten 64 film. Til then … have a great day and enjoy!