November 10, 2012 at 11:06:39 Nov 10, 2012 @ 11:06
what film, camera?
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
Originally posted by Inactive User
found a nikon one touch at a yard sale, anyone have any experience with it?
olympus xa2 with fuji superia 400
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Ehh, i'm not really digging it, the lighting is really flat...i'm guessing those were shot on an overcast day? But i dig the other series you got with the shades of skyfall. I wish you did a shot for every hour tho so there would be 24 pictures instead of the 6 or so you got. I think it would show what you're trying to do better. Btw man is this really you lol