Going Analog : Nikon N75 + Kodak GC/Ultramax 400

Karatsu Kunchi 2016

Trivia: This festival features floats called #hikiyama, the largest ones being 6.8 meters tall & 3 TONS in weight. This particular one was built in 1854 (yep, that’s not a typo).

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Last month, I managed to find my very first analog camera. I abandoned it at my parent’s house many years ago and never expected to see it again.  Little did I know . . . right?!

One of its lenses lost its back cap; but, other than that, everything was in very good condition  and stored inside of their original boxes.

Analog Photography: Nikon N75 + Kodak GC / UltraMax 400 - via Miu Vermillion
I haven’t used this camera for more than a decade. But, I remember how sharp and crisp the images I used to shoot were. So, I didn’t expect these vintage-looking results at all.

I can’t remember what film I used to use . . . Fuji something or another . . . That could be the major reason these photos come out so differently.

Analog Photography: Nikon N75 + Kodak GC / UltraMax 400 - via Miu Vermillion
Because I was unable to guess the kind of images I can create with this camera . . . and because I didn’t bring a light meter to the street festival, I decided to shoot everything in auto mode.

Analog Photography: Nikon N75 + Kodak GC / UltraMax 400 - via Miu Vermillion

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