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
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
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My friend is selling a Cannon A1 with 10 film cartridges for $17 dollars worth it?
hell yes, as long as the camera works. 10 film cartridges would be like 50 bucks, so the package is a steal.
but to be clear, he is talking about this camera right?
Originally posted by Inactive Userif my viewfinder is blurry, does that mean my pictures are going to come out blurry?
nah i don't think so. at least not on a point and shoot. its like if you covered your viewfinder with your finger, the picture wouldn't come out black. SLR viewfinders use the mirror (i'm guessing ? ) to see through the actual lens itself, but p&s viewfinders aren't usually connected to the lens in any way.
Originally posted by Inactive Userjust copped a polaroid yesterday
good luck buying film. Impossible film is so fucking expensive