Official Film Thread

Oct 31, 2012 @ 22:40
@bobby i dont think it will affect it, since the mirror goes up when the picture is taken

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Oct 31, 2012 @ 22:49
shiiit i guess they are on ebay for less than 40 bones. looks like i'm re-upping... thanks guys
Nov 01, 2012 @ 01:59
@bacontaco Who is that?
Originally posted by Inactive User
Looks like Garrett from Trash Talk.

edit: or maybe Spencer, i always confuse their names.

edit: doubtful if dude is from ATL.


lol thats MC Ride from Death Grips

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Nov 01, 2012 @ 06:11
Scanned on some standard printer. Not too clear.
Shot with yashica t4



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Nov 03, 2012 @ 06:32













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Nov 04, 2012 @ 03:06
lol thats MC Ride from Death Grips


can anyone talk about shooting disposable? i heard the cameras are actually refillable? what's the lifetime of the flash/are there batteries for it? i've been using it more lately and really love it. still trying to get a t4 though.

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Nov 04, 2012 @ 04:14
lol thats MC Ride from Death Grips


can anyone talk about shooting disposable? i heard the cameras are actually refillable? what's the lifetime of the flash/are there batteries for it? i've been using it more lately and really love it. still trying to get a t4 though.
there is no point in using a disposable over and over again when you could just buy a cheap better camera with focusing, autoexposure etc

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Nov 04, 2012 @ 23:03
there is no point in using a disposable over and over again when you could just buy a cheap better camera with focusing, autoexposure etc


Well they're called disposable for a reason. One use, then dispose of them. While I'm sure you may be able to refill them (maybe), but disposables cost the same amount as a roll of film. They're like 6 dollars, so if you wanna shoot disposables, just keep buying them.


the problem comes from two things. i like the look of a disposable, but also you have to pay for the cost of the camera and the developing, so it comes in to like 15-20 per go. i wonder if you could replicate the look on a normal point and shoot.

and focusing is irrevalent if your camera if shooting f10 all the time, you've got to try really hard to take an out of focus disposable pic. and i'm getting so tired of DOF anyways i like the deep focus.

i like the simplicity of it. if i cared about autoexposure and focus i'd use my nice digital camera. disposable is nice because they are built like fucking tanks and i don't have to constantly worry about breaking my glass when everybody around me is going crazy.

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Nov 05, 2012 @ 00:42







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Nov 05, 2012 @ 01:00
there is no point in using a disposable over and over again when you could just buy a cheap better camera with focusing, autoexposure etc


Well they're called disposable for a reason. One use, then dispose of them. While I'm sure you may be able to refill them (maybe), but disposables cost the same amount as a roll of film. They're like 6 dollars, so if you wanna shoot disposables, just keep buying them.


the problem comes from two things. i like the look of a disposable, but also you have to pay for the cost of the camera and the developing, so it comes in to like 15-20 per go. i wonder if you could replicate the look on a normal point and shoot.

and focusing is irrevalent if your camera if shooting f10 all the time, you've got to try really hard to take an out of focus disposable pic. and i'm getting so tired of DOF anyways i like the deep focus.

i like the simplicity of it. if i cared about autoexposure and focus i'd use my nice digital camera. disposable is nice because they are built like fucking tanks and i don't have to constantly worry about breaking my glass when everybody around me is going crazy.


you can mad refill disposables. you have to reuse the can the disposable film came in so ask your lab to give you yours back and a couple extra. then you gotta pull off the film out of a fresh roll (tape the tongue to one of the extra cans you got from the lab and transfer it tongue first into the empty can) get to the tail end of fresh roll and tape that to a disposable can.

now you should be looking at a fresh roll of film rolled headfirst into an empty can with the butt end taped to the another empty can (the one you going to use in your disposable.)

set your disposable film counter to 26 or 27 frames remaining and go to a dark room and pull the film out of the can. you will have to roll the film and shove it in the let hand side of the disposable. then put the can in on the right hand size. strap the back on and you are ready to shoot.

i like the look of disposables but more than that you can load black and white and you can load slide for xpro (dont shoot slides normal cause it comes out like shit cause slides got no lattitude) also you can rock disposables in the rain and snow and in dog shit conditions. when pussys are shook on bringing there dslr or contax t2 out, you will still have a chance to get the shot. which is what counts in the end right?

also most disposables are 400asa which means if you put 100 in it you should only use it in the bright light. i usually put in 800 just cause the chances of me using a disposable in bright light conditions are rare (only exception is snow)
Nov 05, 2012 @ 06:02
you can mad refill disposables. you have to reuse the can the disposable film came in so ask your lab to give you yours back and a couple extra. then you gotta pull off the film out of a fresh roll (tape the tongue to one of the extra cans you got from the lab and transfer it tongue first into the empty can) get to the tail end of fresh roll and tape that to a disposable can.

now you should be looking at a fresh roll of film rolled headfirst into an empty can with the butt end taped to the another empty can (the one you going to use in your disposable.)

set your disposable film counter to 26 or 27 frames remaining and go to a dark room and pull the film out of the can. you will have to roll the film and shove it in the let hand side of the disposable. then put the can in on the right hand size. strap the back on and you are ready to shoot.

i like the look of disposables but more than that you can load black and white and you can load slide for xpro (dont shoot slides normal cause it comes out like shit cause slides got no lattitude) also you can rock disposables in the rain and snow and in dog shit conditions. when pussys are shook on bringing there dslr or contax t2 out, you will still have a chance to get the shot. which is what counts in the end right?

also most disposables are 400asa which means if you put 100 in it you should only use it in the bright light. i usually put in 800 just cause the chances of me using a disposable in bright light conditions are rare (only exception is snow)


fuck dude i love you. i understood about half what you said but will pm you to clarify.
and yeah i shoot 400 typically, i shot 800 with flash for a show but it blew out all the whites, so switched to 400 for that death grips shot and loved the way they all came out near perfect exposed. those were also shooting in basically darkness (only one small blue light pointed at the stage).

any specific stock you recommend? also can i see your shit anywhere?

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Nov 05, 2012 @ 06:59
Originally posted by Inactive User


this one smokeyface

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 04:23
I just got this camera at a thrift store for $3 gonna need some info

-what kind of camera is this?
-what kind of film does it need?
-how do i operate this?
-any examples of pictures that this camera takes?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 04:44
*edit

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 04:44
I just got this camera at a thrift store for $3 gonna need some info

-what kind of camera is this?
-what kind of film does it need?
-how do i operate this?
-any examples of pictures that this camera takes?


google, google, google and google

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 04:58
I just got this camera at a thrift store for $3 gonna need some info

-what kind of camera is this?
-what kind of film does it need?
-how do i operate this?
-any examples of pictures that this camera takes?


google, google, google and google

@siberianzebra
did that its a 35mm, how come the button doesnt make the "click" sound when i press it, its like its stuck but not really, also is the on and off button only for the flash or the camera itself?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:01
you probably need batteries for the shutter to work

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:03
@justsayray -- have you tried to wind the lever? shutters in most manual cameras don't click unless the film lever has advanced. the on/off button most likely denotes the flash. if you've found any info on google, you can see the age of the camera which will pretty much determine if it operates from (the now defunct) mercury batteries or alkaline.

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:11
@justsayray -- have you tried to wind the lever? shutters in most manual cameras don't click unless the film lever has advanced. the on/off button most likely denotes the flash. if you've found any info on google, you can see the age of the camera which will pretty much determine if it operates from (the now defunct) mercury batteries or alkaline.

I did that a couple of times still nothing
i can't really find the specific camera help me out
info:
It says
Fujica Flash Auto Focus
1:2.8
uses AA batteries

What is this?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 05:19
Does anyone else shoot with a Canon T70? Just curious.

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Nov 06, 2012 @ 06:07
i own one but its broken

would it be worth it to get it fixed?
Nov 06, 2012 @ 08:11
i own one but its broken

would it be worth it to get it fixed?

I love mines, it's the main camera I shoot with.

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Nov 07, 2012 @ 20:44
finally got some film back from the lab. canon 500n with lomography 100

Nov 07, 2012 @ 21:41
i was trying to replicate this film: http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor

its a multiple exposure. i made a red into blue gradient with photoshop, took a picture of my computer screen with the red/blue full screened, then i took the next exposure of my girlfriend looking sexy. i did this for a few pictures on this roll. ill post more later.
Nov 08, 2012 @ 04:45
Can you guys post a link to a Olympus stylus you recommend?
Nov 08, 2012 @ 07:47
i was trying to replicate this film: http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor

its a multiple exposure. i made a red into blue gradient with photoshop, took a picture of my computer screen with the red/blue full screened, then i took the next exposure of my girlfriend looking sexy. i did this for a few pictures on this roll. ill post more later.
@nicholas is there a way i can order that film with US curency?
Nov 08, 2012 @ 08:36
http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor @nicholas is there a way i can order that film with US curency?


theres an option to ship to the US, so paypal will convert. its gonna come to $30USD for one roll though smh

the fawk. i aint about that life yet. thats like buying a polaroid film. i guess ima have to start with those normal iso 400 kodaks T_T
Nov 08, 2012 @ 15:53
Nov 08, 2012 @ 17:45
http://shop.revolog.net/product/kolor

theres an option to ship to the US, so paypal will convert. its gonna come to $30USD for one roll though smh

the fawk. i aint about that life yet. thats like buying a polaroid film. i guess ima have to start with those normal iso 400 kodaks T_T


http://shop.holgadirect.com/products/revolog-kolor-35mm-film

its $13.99 there and they ship to the us for $4. basically what they do is shoot different color gradients on every frame and then roll it back up and then you shoot your exposures over the color gradients. if you get a camera that shoots multiple exposures, you can do what i did with the photo i posted of my gf. ive also seen people shoot a whole roll of different color gradients on each frame, then put the roll back in their cam and reshoot as they normally would, essentially making their own revolog kolor film. here's a little tutorial on how to do that; http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/06/08/playing-with-color-imitating-revolog-kolor-film
Nov 08, 2012 @ 21:16
canon 500n lomography 100



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