Thank goodness, I finally got on the ball and took my two 35mm film rolls to get developed at the Lomography store in Austin. These two rolls were both 800 ISO color negative. One thing I noticed about all the photos is that they are very modern-looking. These aren’t nearly as saturated or desaturated as some of the previous rolls I’ve had. I’m just glad that most of them actually came out! I had a few mishaps, but most of the photos were pretty great. I definitely need to get used to framing these photos, because they are not squares like the 120mm. Below I’ll share some of my favorites:
Andrew walking into the wilderness of Mayfield Park
Frost Tower, Downtown Austin
Jester King Craft Brewery (took Andrew here for his birthday)
The U.S.S. Lexington in Corpus Christi
A replica of Christopher Columbus’s Santa Maria (I LOVE this shot!)
A nice photo of the T-Heads in Corpus Christi
The Selena memorial in Corpus Christi
Another nice shot of the T-Heads
This one’s great, I love the way I framed it. The Highball in Austin, TX
Elephants at the Houston Zoo
Giraffes at the Houston Zoo
A view of Downtown Austin from the top of Mount Bonnell
A BEAUTIFUL shot of a peacock in Mayfield Park. WOW!
The Capitol building in Austin Texas.
A view from inside the Capitol building.
The 12th St street art wall. Love the color saturation in this one.
More street art. Not sure where this was taken.
Needless to say, these was my most successful try yet. It doesn’t hurt that A) I had 36 exposures per roll and B) it was 35mm film which is probably a lot easier to use than other films. It was also 800 ISO so it’s extremely light sensitive. This means it can capture great photos, even in low light. I’m so excited that these came out so well, and it whets my appetite for shooting a lot more. I have a great surprise coming in my next post!