Many weeks ago, I had the pleasure of testing this incredible experimental film; and I’m completely in love with it! The resulting images are vibrant and surrealistic. You’ll never know how the images are going to turn out before you develop and scan (or print) the negatives. But, so far, I love every single image I shot using this film.
As usual, I waited a while before I mail my films – usually by the dozen – to a film lab. And, it usually takes a while before the film lab scan the photos (mainly, because I ask them to scan the images at an extremely high resolution) and upload them online for me. But it usually is worth the wait.
I learned how to develop film negatives in college, but I no longer develop them myself. I’m not crazy about playing with toxic chemicals. And, I don’t have a room where I can set up a dark room, dry my films, etc.
Though it sounds rather cool, developing my own film doesn’t bring me any joy. Besides, I don’t think I do a better job than the people at the film lab. So, what’s the point, right? After all, time is a limited resource.
If you are wondering what kind of camera I used, it’s Nikon N75 . . . the very first analog camera I’d ever purchased in my life (more than a decade ago).
What do you think about this film? If you’d ever shot using this film before, share your photos with me. Tell me where I can see your photos either in the comment box below, or via social media. I’m @miuvermillion across all social media platforms.