A new-to-me film, recommended by one whose photography I admire: Kodak UltraMax 400. Not an expensive film. I shot the roll at the recommended iso, using the automatic exposure element in a Ricoh XR-10 camera, and a Vivitar 28-70mm lens. The guy at the photo lab suggest I shoot all 400 at 320 iso instead – longer exposure, better color. I’ve loaded another roll of the same film, in the same camera, to test it out at a lower iso.
This image was doctored a bit in LR.
3 comments on “Autumnal Grasses”
lovely colours, am going to have to get out and about with the holga, the only one of my film cameras that works!
Thanks! I’ve been thinking of picking up a Holga, just for the heck of it, and to see what it, and larger film, will do . . . what happened to your instant film cameras?
I’m still doing those, I just stick them up in my ‘adventures in film’ section, I don’t always put them in a main post so they don’t come through to the reader. Mind you I’ve just stuffed up a set of films in my SX70, think it’s on the blink, again!)