Hey, how y'all doing? This coming week is going to be busy as hell with the pre-mid semester horror lingering. But before all that coming, I'm gonna share my first film roll as I promised a few weeks ago. I shot them with Agfa Vista 200. Frankly, my first roll looks pretty bad, if not very, haha. Not sure how people do with their first rolls, but acquisition from digital to film is harder than I thought, even with a point and shoot camera. Perhaps even, point and shoot is harder for me, because when I shoot with my friend's Nikon, I don't produce much shaky and fuzzy results. In this first roll, among 80% is blurred in the wrong part or sadly shaky. But yeah, I learned so much about this camera. There are so many aspects to consider because there is more limitations, like unable to change the ISO and shutter speed, two things that I rely on the most. I realized once again that I have A LOT to learn about photography. But hey, the challenges are what make it so interesting, and addictive. Hope you enjoy this few 'acceptable' shots of my beloved Cloudy Melbourne, and feel free to give critic. Hopefully I don't burn too much money on film after this.
PS: there's a camera market in Abbotsford Convent this Sunday 21 August at 10 AM. Perhaps not the cheapest, but maybe worth checking for the curious?