Getting to know my Impossible I-1 Camera (Part 2): Black and White I-Type Film

To test the “keep : toss ratio
I will share all of the images I shoot using each cartridge, starting from the black and white one

Impossible I-Type Films - via miu vermillion photography blog

I shot the first two images indoor. It turns out that the I-Type Black and White films are not very “light hungry”.

Both photos came out overexposed.

Testing Impossible I-Type Films - via miu vermillion photography blog

Testing Impossible I-Type Films - via miu vermillion photography blog

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