Lomography ISO400 film, part II (#projectfilm)

Joe Sterne Photography, lomography iso400 film, #projectfilm, canon ae-1 program, 35mm film

Well, I’ve never had a feud between a camera and film before.
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So my third roll of Lomography ISO 400 film has come back from the developer. Once again, the first few frames are totally blank. What’s odd, as fellow Photowalk Alliance member Josh C. pointed out, is that there is no light leak problems with other non-lomo rolls of film.

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So it could be a bad batch- after all they were all in the same package. Anyway, the shots that did come out were awesome. I wandered around the Mission one afternoon after picking up the giveaway items from the Timbuk2 office. Caught some amazing street art and some nice shots of Dolores Park.

Joe Sterne Photography, lomography iso400 film, #projectfilm, canon ae-1 program, 35mm film Joe Sterne Photography, lomography iso400 film, #projectfilm, canon ae-1 program, 35mm film Joe Sterne Photography, lomography iso400 film, #projectfilm, canon ae-1 program, 35mm film

I think my next rolls of Lomography film will be the ISO 800 (color negative) and try the B&W again (with the proper processing).

 

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