Thursday, July 12, 2007

To correct any misconceptions that I only shoot exclusively black and white, once and a while I throw in a roll of slide film to shake things up. For some reason Kodachrome is hard to come by in my parts so I tried Fuji Provia 100f instead. It is a nice E-6 emulsion which means it can get processed locally much faster. I used my Minolta XE-7 and I found the Rokkor lenses really nice to shoot with in colour. There will be more to come.

I also plan to throw up an article on how to buy a classic camera shortly too once I have proof read it. Cheers!

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