nice. i was worried that the expired gold that i got was stored improperly and would look like shit but despite being a little grainy im pretty stoked on the results. i get light leaks by taking the battery out of my camera and opening the back of the camera up like a millimeter or two for a fraction of a second. took some practice before i started getting it right consistently. ive ruined a few frames by keeping it open for too long.
can you do that with any type of light, or only sunlight?
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went to my grandmother's crib and she gave me these. The two Kodaks still have Kodak Gold in them with a few exposures
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Gotta question film bruhs, I use my dslr for portrait and other rando photography but was thinking about getting a film rig for some nature photography. Anyone got a decent suggestion on something good but also relatively cheap (under $500). Was looking at mamiya 7 because I want 60-80mm goodness but idk. Anyone else do alot of nature shots with film that has input?