A roll of Ilford Pan F was sitting in the film tin, all alone. It was taunting me, complaining about being unused and unexposed. So into the Canon A-1 it went and off to Aberdour I went.
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Well it seems like it’s the start of the season for all the boat owners out there. Had a wee wander down to Aberdour harbour in May and there was a buzz of activity on.
The final March of Film post! It’s been a great motivator to dust off the film camera and get out and about for a whole month, and has been thoroughly enjoyable. I’ve shot many more rolls of film than I thought I would and I think I’ve managed a few half-decent shots too.
A few random colour ones up first. There’s been enough sunshine this March to justify loading colour film, thankfully.
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A couple more film cameras to test, first up is the Olympus Trip 35. It’s a really simple camera, just two shutter speeds – fast and slow! It’s nice to use a film camera this simple, it’s a bit like the simplicity of a phone camera – just point and shoot.
At long last! I’ve finally found the time to get out and about with my old film cameras and fire off a test roll to see what they’re like. I used colour film in each one this time, although I’m more interested in using black and white film going forward.