Nov 29 2012

San Diego Film Shots

Category: Fuji Wuji,The Undead (Film Is Not Dead),TravelRandall Kelley @ 22:31

Got my files from Richard Photo Lab in LA today. This is the film I shot the week of November 12 through 18th. All these are on The Fuji GF650. I’m not splitting by day, but by film type. There is one set of black and white, all shot on Kodak TriX 400 ISO film. Then one set of color on Kodak Ektar 100 ISO film. Then one set of color on Kodak EV100 Slide film (also 100 ISO) that was cross processed to get weird colors. I won’t be captioning these as the parts of town we shot in were documented earlier when posting Rita’s shots from the M9-P. Still feeling schizophrenic about film, and I’m not sure these will settle the debate in my head. maybe after a few days to let them set then revisit them, I’ll have more definitive conclusions. But for what they are worth, they are now posted.

The Black and White set is POSTED HERE.

The regular color shots are POSTED HERE.

And lastly, the color shots that were done on slide film and then cross processed are POSTED HERE.

Oct 06 2012

Film from L.A. and Santa Monica

Category: Fuji Wuji,The Undead (Film Is Not Dead),Travel,Zeiss CheezeRandall Kelley @ 15:27

Finally. Had these in for a while, but with the moving and the working… well… they are ready now, so here you go. I have divided them into three sets, two black and whites and one color set. There are several types of films used as I am still experimenting with the whole film thing. Don’t expect a consistent “look” is what I’m saying. As a matter of fact, I was really going more for variety.

The first set is B&W of downtown LA, and Hollywood. Some on TriX 400 and some on super grainy high ISO film. Details in the captions, but you will see which is which. POSTED HERE.

I only walked about a half mile but I passed about 400 of these smoke shops.

The next is B&W from Santa Monica, Same deal, some TriX 400 and some other grainy Tmax 3200 and Delta 3200 film. POSTED HERE.

I refrained as I was afraid he's make me a boy again. (That's me and the M6 in the reflection.)

And lastly, the color film shots. All a bit on the grainy side, Porta 800, Fuji Pro 400, and Ektar 100 (which shouldn’t be grainy, but I shot it at 400 and pushed the developing 2 stops). In here is a shot of the people who were filming for some ABS TV show, so if anyone knows what show, give me a heads up. I sure don’t know. I thought it was a training exercise. If I saw it in Seattle with a heard of FBI in one spot, that’s what I’d expect. The set is POSTED HERE.

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