found this roll of Kodak gold 200, sent it to the lab and behold! cast and crew of a film I made last year that didn't come out.
went to GPP event in Singapore.
met Zack Arias, Joe McNally.
Oh and caught up with the elusive Joel as well, Thank you for showing us around.
taken by my trusty R3a on tmax 100 (+1) and HP5
Delta 400, pull 1/3 stop on Bessa r3a 40mm voigtlander 1.4 nokton classic
Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst. - Henri Cartier Bresson
wait for the moment, don't rush.
shot with Bessa r3 on Kodak 400 Tri-X pulling 1/3 stop, normally developed.
I guess what I should have done would be to shoot normal then over develop one stop.
Then the shakiness and blur would be more controlled but then again, it's the story that matters :p
scanned with my home average scanner then colour correct a little bit to get true black on screen.
photos from a few rolls that just got printed
all shot on Bessa with Ilford Delta 100, lomo b&w 400, lomo colour 800
An afternoon around campus with bessa loaded with a lomo 800 colour film
Two photos from Singapore trip last month and a photo taken in Bangkok one fine afternoon.
So after a short duration between getting the film developed and what not, the next photos in the portrait series are here.
My mum and my dog "Muyang" (grilled pork in Thai)
I shot with Ilford pan 400 for these two photos and printed them on a matte 8" x 10" paper which I later scanned them on a canon pixma mx437. The colour and some details might have been altered and lost but what you see here nonetheless represent the awesome grain of 35mm film.