16.3.10

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I already miss those mountains.

What I have learned:
a) Know what'll turn out grainy and what will not. (1600-so grainy!)
b) Even with film on hand, always bring the digital (in case film doesn't turn out the way you hope... le sigh)

Anyone have any other tips for a film amateur? Suggestions much appreciated.

4 comments:

thevictorio March 18, 2010 at 8:34 AM  

Change your film (and lenses for that matter) in a safe, dustless environment! Use lower speed films if you plan on shooting during the day, 100 for bright sunny Texas days, 400 for normal days. Bracket (meaning shoot one at 0, one a stop under, and one a stop over) if you're trying to get that perfect shot. Otherwise, shoot from the hip (http://lomography.com/about/the-ten-golden-rules). Happy shooting!

Meg March 18, 2010 at 11:30 AM  

Thanks so much Victorio! I'll definitely be keeping those in mind!

lauh-ren March 22, 2010 at 5:48 PM  

soooooooo lovely! not even kidding. i love the colors in these photos!

Meg March 30, 2010 at 3:56 PM  

Thank you SO much! I'm so nervous with film, so your comment is much appreciated!