When I first began photographing analogue I sought to experiment with a variety of film types to get a better grounding for what worked best in which situations. A majority of these rolls haven’t been shared publicly, mainly due to the fact that the images were captured quite carelessly as subject matter wasn’t entirely important.
But I’ve been flicking through my catalogues and decided I’d like to share a few shots. The images I’ve attached below are shot off a customized 35mm film type, of which I can’t recall the name but I do remember that I purchased the roll at a shop here in Melbourne called FilmNeverDie.
The images were shot over the span of a couple days; there are a lot of landscape shots and candid street shots, just places I happened to be at when I had my camera on me, nothing was planned. Due to the roll being custom made each frame came out quite differently in either tone or quality, depending on the type of lighting scenario. Overall very grainy, which I don’t particularly mind, but on a very bright sunny day this roll would’ve looked much better.
Anyway, here are some of the highlights –