I got a couple of rolls of rerolled Ilford 200 film from an online store here in Korea. I don’t know if it was the film itself or the development, but all the rolls I shot had these scratches, marks and stains on them.
These were all shot with my canon slr and Ilford 200 film.
Photos taken in Southern Spain. They are from Sevilla, Cordoba and Grenada.
I used a Canon 500 SLR with a 1.8 Canon lens and Hema (Dutch branded) 200 film.
I don’t remember why I left in the sprockets when scanning the photos but it looks okay so there it is.
Taken outside of the Mezquita a.k.a. The Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba. I didn’t shoot film inside only digital. But I should share those photo’s, it was a really impressive place.
The following are taken with my golden half and its plastic lens. I don’t remember the film which was either Hema film ( Dutch department store branded film) or Fuji Superia. Taken all over the place in Europe. Because the golden half is a half frame camera it is easy to take a lot of photos as you get 72 exposures of a normal roll of 36 frame film.
I took my Sharan pinhole wide camera out for some photos around Seoul. I thought I had cleaned up the frame from unnecessary tape, but the photos showed I didn’t. The tape was there to make sure the camera was lightproof which it very much was this time. No sneaky light shining on my film.
First up are some exposures at night. I think the exposure was around a minute or so. I should have written it down. But like I said before, negative film is pretty forgiving so night shots regularly turn up nicely for me.
The subject is Namdaemun, the famous ancient south gate of Seoul. Burned a couple of years ago, but now nicely restored.
The rest of the photos were taken all over Seoul. Usually with an exposure time of around 4/5 seconds. I cropped out the sprockets to give you a feeling that this camera really gives you a wide perspective.
Because the Olympus Pen EE3 is a half frame it gets you 72 photo’s on a roll of 36 film. So this update will contain quite a few photo’s from berlin.
We took two walking tours something we normally don’t do, but because of the massive amount of history in this city we were glad we did. We visited Sachsenhausen which was a model concentration camp. That is where they figured out the most efficient ways to organize the logistics of setting up the concentration camps during world war 2.
A walking tour of downtown Berlin itself was also packed full of information about the Berlin Wall era down to standing on a parking lot where underneath the bunker where Hitler killed himself was. Hmm that’s a badly written sentence.
Major memorial in Berlin dedicated to the jews that were killed in WW2.
Entrance of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
Remaining parts of the Berlin Wall
Bullet holes left intact from WW2.
One of the most famous pieces of art on the remaining standing part of the wall. This was a famous kiss between the then ruler of East Germany and the USSR.
In 2013 we took our first trip to Morocco. We visited Marrakesh and Fez and then down south towards the Sahara. We stayed two nights in the desert and I took along my sprocket rocket. It was extremely dusty and most of my camera’s had sand all over. The sprocket rocket is so simply built that it is easy to clean and hard to destroy. I’ve dropped it in the ocean before and it’s been fine.
This was the second roll ever I put through my Olympus Pen EE3. It was a Kodak TMY 400. Fairly grainy but to be honest I expected more. I really tried to make use of the half frame to compose images next to each other that made sense. Makes it different from using other camera’s.