I had this guy marked for a good whacking. I thought that because there’s no front it was useless.
How wrong I was …
I didn’t expect anything from it hence my “F*CK OFF” tweet when I saw the negative on the spool.
Exposure was mostly wide open at whatever the shutter speed is (1/60 or 1/40?) or if there was very strong light I’d stop it down a notch.
I’ve no idea what the aperture ratings are for this guy but I was using 400 film so I’ll probably stick with 400 film in this guy from now on.
The exposures on the paintings was around 10 seconds with Delta 100 film lit solely by a single light bulb in my hall.
I expected shots more like this one at best (below) …
Even to get something like this one would’ve been a surprise:
Not exactly the sort of photography gear you’d see real street photographers carry like Gilden, Charlie Kirk or Eric Kim using.
I’ll say this though, composing is hilarious because there’s no glass on the portrait view finder so all portrait orientated shots are just guesstimates.
A roll of Vericolor 3 is on the cards …