Tag: Olympus Trip 35
Another picture using the Trip 35 and Rollei RPX 25. Here I used some of the LUTs from On1’s 2018 software. They are rather fun to use with B&W film.
I have had a roll of Rollei 25 RPX in the Olympus Trip 35 for over a year. Finally finished it up. At iso 25, this film requires bright light along with a steady hand. A lot of the time I had neither. Out of a roll of 36, maybe 5-7 are any good. I think this one is one of my favorites – it has people in it! Most of my pictures do not – so this is a rare occasion on this end!
Just because of the way life has been moving of late, I have not had much opportunity or desire to get out to make some photos. However, my interest must be returning as I am looking at older pix and editing them in LR and other software. Here, some fallen alstroemeria petals.
And today, I went out to the local botanical gardens with the Trip 35 and a roll of Rollei 25. I don’t know if it’s black and white, or color film. So, I just shot! It had to be out in bright circumstances – 25 iso film need a lot of light! Where it was a bit “dark” for the sensor, popping the iso to 40 or 50 fooled the camera. Let’s see what comes of them . . .
The Olympus Trip 35 can be an amazing little camera – as can UltraMax film. Admittedly, I pushed the colors a bit as backlighting can be tricky. This was taken last June on an early morning walk in the neighborhood.
My first roll through the now-repaired Olympus Trip 35, with Kodak UltraMax 400. So nice to have this little camera back!
My husband and I clambered up the hill full bore to catch this, and the rush was worthwhile. It was one of those last minute, hurry up, let’s do it! type of thing . . .
Last week I took five rolls of film for processing. This was taken with Kodak UltraMax 400 with an Olympus Trip 35. It was a dark and stormy day when I wandered out, but even with 400 iso film, the images came back extremely noisy. I had to do a bit of work to get the roll even somewhat acceptable, in my eyes, but some of the pictures were really nice.
My cheap “go to” films for 135 are Kodak UltraMax 400 and Agfa Vista 200, but I think I am going to use up the UltraMax to see how it works in different cameras. It could be that the Olympus was at fault as it died a bit later. I don’t want to just be done with it, but want to see if there are other issues involved.
This sycamore curves and twists over a steep fall into a barranca. How it hangs on is rather amazing! And when the leaves change, it is a stunningly beautiful tree.
In case you don’t know, I absolutely love trees.
Out of all the pictures I made with the Trip 35 and the first roll of film, this one pleased me the most. I really like the ship in the background – didn’t even see it when I clicked. The Santa Barbara Channel is a main shipping channel and route for migratory whales.