Kodak Ektar 100
One of the reason why I love shooting on film is that you really never know how things turn out until you develop the film. It keeps thing more exciting and makes you focus much harder.
So far things have turned out pretty much as I have imagined them and I have not had much troubles except some minor ones. One or two times I have managed to break a bit of film when rewinding. And couple of times I have opened the camera's back without first rewinding film and so destroying couple of frames. So it was pretty devastating to find out that out of the five rolls of film I shot during my last stay in Riga, two were more or less completely ruined. Obviously those containing best shots. All the frames had a strange light leak on them. At first I thought it is a fault of my camera that has developed light leak. But nothing like that has happened to me again afterwards. Also other films were perfectly fine. In the end the only explanation I found credible was that someone screwed up in the photography shop where I got the films developed.
But what can you do except to accept thing how they are. This is part of shooting on film after all.
|Focal Length:||90 mm|