Anyone still want to shoot film...


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excelglsi

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As I can't get a minolta 5D and David (fatigue) had repair my 600si just wondering anyone still shoot film. Indent to shoot as to it will improve my skill ( ihope)...
PS 1 more tin what type of film needed... sorry it had been around 10 years since i shoot film...:cry:
 

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As I can't get a minolta 5D and David (fatigue) had repair my 600si just wondering anyone still shoot film. Indent to shoot as to it will improve my skill ( ihope)...
PS 1 more tin what type of film needed... sorry it had been around 10 years since i shoot film...:cry:
I do, but this past 2 months, I've not touched it due to busy schedule.. heh.

Most people would recommend b/w film and slides. Choices of film depends on your subject actually.
 

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I have not use my F100 for a long time and I think it is about time that I should use it again. Slide is rather expensive and hard to find a good developer, anyone can recommend? I still have about 1 dozen of slide in my fridge.... If possible we can meet up one of this Sunday yeah.
 

excelglsi

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I have not use my F100 for a long time and I think it is about time that I should use it again. Slide is rather expensive and hard to find a good developer, anyone can recommend? I still have about 1 dozen of slide in my fridge.... If possible we can meet up one of this Sunday yeah.
good idea.. but must see whether got enough ppl... i start first..

#1. excelglsi (Minolta Dynax 600si)
 

myopia

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good idea.. but must see whether got enough ppl... i start first..

#1. excelglsi (Minolta Dynax 600si)
#2. Myopia (Minolta Maxxum 3xi)
Count me in, just shot 3 rolls today...!;)
 

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I have not use my F100 for a long time and I think it is about time that I should use it again. Slide is rather expensive and hard to find a good developer, anyone can recommend? I still have about 1 dozen of slide in my fridge.... If possible we can meet up one of this Sunday yeah.
i send to ruby photo. 35mm slide processing unmounted $4.50.

ya..one of the sunday afternoons..
 

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good idea.. but must see whether got enough ppl... i start first..

#1. excelglsi (Minolta Dynax 600si)
#2. Myopia (Minolta Maxxum 3xi)
#3. madmacs (various :bsmilie:)
 

brian

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As I can't get a minolta 5D and David (fatigue) had repair my 600si just wondering anyone still shoot film. Indent to shoot as to it will improve my skill ( ihope)...
PS 1 more tin what type of film needed... sorry it had been around 10 years since i shoot film...:cry:
David is a good guy...

Film... I stick mostly to B&W film nowadays. Used to shoot colour slides till last year, as the type of light required to get a nice exposure on for example Fuji Velvia or Provia is just too difficult to come by. I sometimes go on for days before I find something worth taking with colour slide. With DSLR you can shoot first and sort it out later.

B&W is different for me. Somehow I think it still looks better on film. I prefer to shoot it on all manual mode so that you get to think a little on shutter/aperture and where to aim that spotmeter to get the middle tone. It keeps me from getting too dependant on auto everything.
 

jijicat

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woo.great! pls count me in if time is ok. long time never taken with film. :)


#1. excelglsi (Minolta Dynax 600si)
#2. Myopia (Minolta Maxxum 3xi)
#3. madmacs (various )
#4. Benji77 (Nikon FM2)
#5. jijicat (Nikon F5)
 

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