Getting to know my Impossible I-1 Camera (Part 3): I-Type Color Film

But, first, I thought I should do an indoor “portrait” using the camera’s automatic-mode (with ring flash) to compare the subsequent images with.

I lit the scene using an LED Panel aimed at / bounced by an off-white ceiling.

Testing Impossible I-1 Camera and the I-Type Films - via miu vermillion photography blog

And, just like that, the image aren’t monochromatic anymore!

But, even though I reduced the intensity of flash, you can see that the flash was still WAY too strong.

Plus, I’m not a fan of direct flash. So, I decided to turn the flash off next time.

Testing Impossible I-1 Camera and the I-Type Films - via miu vermillion photography blog

I shot this second indoor photo (above) a week after the other one. (I spend the week testing Kono Rotwild and Revolog Volvox instead).

I wanted the ‘portrait’ to be less soft/blurry, so I shot the second photo at f/16. Since I decided not to use the ring flash, I needed to use a slow shutter speed . . . which means . . . I needed a tripod or a sturdy surface to place the camera, especially because I needed to adjust the camera’s settings and to press the trigger using the app.

The app is quite easy to use. You can adjust the f-stop, shutter speed, focusing distance zones . . . and, it has a light meter as well.

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