Experiments with Film

So for a learning experience I took a roll of Tri-X 400 Kodak Film and shot it as if it was actually 800 ISO. 

I can see how this is useful when shooting indoors as even with my lumu light meter those images exposed well. My problem came if I had the camera outdoors. I couldn’t prevent overexposure it seems (I do not own a ND filter for my film camera).

You can see the results below that I felt were worth to share (both good and bad):

 

Barn Street Drummer Street Drummer Protest Mother and Son Mother and Son Mother and Son Mother and Son Graham Graham Graham Graham Graham Graham Graham Graham Graham Graham Playing Farm

 

 

AE-1 B&W Film First Roll

Push to WalkSky LineSlowRoad AheadHome FieldFun Day
SlideSwinging BackSwingingSwingCozyNap Master
The RideStove Top

AE-1 B&W Film First Roll, a set on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Various shots from my Canon AE-1 Film Camera that were “Keepers”.

I think I found a problem with the camera though as it leaves a line on the top edge of the image.

I wish I saw this line before I put my other roll of film in. However, if it shows up on the next roll of film then I know for sure it is the camera.