A friend of mine got this old Minolta X300 to get rid of, full manual camera paired with a 50mm f 1.7 piece of glass. The last argument convinced me and subsequently a fair trade took place.
After some dead electric components replacing (thanks again internet), went to some local store and asked for “…the cheapest colour negative you got” so Kodak ColorPlus 200 gave me back this:
Been a while since last post. Meanwhile found myself a used Nikon F100 online, fair price, perfect conditions. So here are some test roll samples shot with Ilford film.
Overcast sky + old wooden boats + vibrant old paint colours.
This is what you get when you´re not the one driving:
On the 1st day of the year, found this sad white horse.
@ Moraleja – Spain.
Eye-catching texturized stuff came across my path today.
Going through the pictures I took by the end of the summer, found some from the trip to Açores islands.
The 9 island volcanic cluster landscape is dominated by green thick forest, but there are main urban cities growing and spreading from the shoreline towards inland.
Anyway, this is a bit of what I saw.