I arrived at my train station today to find a freight train idle and sitting on one of the the station.
Alvin’s Film Follies (Part VIII – Playing with Some “Gold”)
What an odd roll of film to discover in my son’s bedroom – Kodak Gold 200?! I found this odd because:
- It is ASA 200. I’m used to seeing and using either 100 or 400 consumer films. I guess 100 speed doesn’t exist for consumers anymore…
- It is a Kodak consumer film that I don’t normally use (as you may know that I normally used Fujifilm in the past),
- I don’t recall buying this film for my son.
- It was in a 3-pack.
Jezza’s Film Follies (Kodak Ektar Edition)
Shooting black and white is fun and all, but, I do have a soft spot for colours. I mean, we do see colour everyday. So, after polishing off the Ilford PanF, I popped in a roll of Kodak’s Ektar 100. Well actually, I had dropped off the Ilford for developing at CRC at the start of my lunch hour, and that left me with an unloaded camera. So I stopped by Fotocare, and picked up Kodak’s Ektar 100.
Random Flickr Photo of the Day- October 13, 2012
On my way to NYC, I remembered one of the Big Cheese’s lessons: parallel lines are odd. And so I took this. Cool story, bro.
Train wait, a photo by This Guy Patrick on Flickr.