I’ve had rolls of film kicking about in the AE-1P and the 1000F for a while, so I’ve been taking a mixed bag of pictures, and here’s a selection.
Category Archives: Film developing
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.
Getting 35mm film developed can be an expensive business – my local shop charges about five quid a roll for developing and a CD of scanned images. Not too bad, but the cost soon mounts up after a few rolls. The local shop developed the last lot for me, the results of which can be seen here and here, but now I’ve got a bulk 10-roll pack of black and white film it’s time to save cash and develop my own.
Never done this before, but I’m always keen to give it a bash! OK, first up is the necessary chemicals.