I love how the colours turned out so intense, so vibrant, totally showcasing Cape Town in its best and most genuine. Looking at the photos… I want to be back in Cape Town so badly. And also Johannesburg and many other parts in South Africa. Okay… I need to take it slow take it slow take it slow, it’s time for the Europe region first!
Anyway, seems like I’ve yet to include the pixels and grains of Cape Town:
I haven’t been using the fisheye camera often, got to apologise to the poor one. I still remember it was my birthday gift and I got it because there was a sale on Fredflare and I got so excited, I screamed for my mum and asked if I could get it!
So here’s from the Fisheye 2 camera, attempts to use multi-exposure.
When I couldn’t buy any rolls of films in our Singapore airport, I was flustered, I panicked. Then how? Will I be able to get films in Switzerland? Are we going to bump into a photographic gadgets shop upon our arrival? I really want to feature Switzerland in pixels and grains, I wanted it so badly. It was a country where I wasn’t even sure if I’d be back again (the uncertainty of ‘will I get into Lausanne Hotel School aka EHL?’ was definitely in my mind more than half of the time).
And yes I managed to.. on my 2nd or 3rd day. Boy, was I more than relieved. I was recommended the ISO 200 since Switzerland had its enormous sun shining above our heads. Well, I heeded the advice of the staff and here we have 6 rolls of ISO 200 films ready to go!
4 rolls of films – a mixture of Zurich, Interlaken, Zermatt, Bern, Gruyere, Lucerne, Lausanne, Evian Les Bains.
Expect a lot of waters, mountains, snow and greenery.
A series of photos taken in India, using the Fujifilm disposable camera of 35mm film as usual. Fascinating colours that complements with all that I’ve captured. A pity a few didn’t turn out well either due to bad alignment or just exposure. Nevertheless, enjoy!
If only ‘S’ was captured to form the original word ‘Sunrise’
Of living plants and water
A little town in the night
Before it leaves to the opposite shore/ jetty
Beach in Goa
“Let’s have a meeting!”
The renowned tuktuk in India as well
The interior of Taj Mahal
A mini park
Where I bought some more disposable cameras
Accidental shot in the car
A night market near the hotel area
Hope you enjoyed this two rolls of film as much as I did! Took me so many months before I got myself to the photo shop to have these developed!
Some of the photos are not that bad though. I like some of them YAY! But Some are too grainy some are too dark. Oh well nvm nvm nvm. Can always try out more effects as long as film are still being produced lol. Anyway I’m not going to let this photo shop develop my fisheye photos anymore. You’d realise some of the photos are to one side. When I asked them about it, they said it’s natural that it’s like that. You can’t answer me in that way!!! Ugh cheap but no, not getting you to develop for me anymore!