More analog stuff

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  1. jeroen

    jeroen No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here are a couple of recent shots with my Yashica Electro 35 MC.

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    1 Yes, that's analog...

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    3 Some spooky bridge. Bit underexposed, but I kinda like that here.

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    4 Looked too depressing to have a drink here.

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    5 Same thing, different point of view.

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    6 100 meters from our house. My lovely wife.

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    Oh, here are 2 more. I can't remember if I posted these. Sorry if I did.

    7 Amsterdam Central Station.

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    8 From the bicycle Parking at Central Station.

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    Just curious, why are you sticking to film?
     
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    @PhotoFly
    I'm not sticking to it, I shoot digital aswell.

    Shooting film instead of digital is like picking up an acoustic instead of an electric guitar. Not better or worse, just a different feeling and a different sound.

    Besides, now that everyone switches to digital, all kinds of awsome analog cameras are dumped on the market for peanuts.

    I have my films developped by the lab for a few euros and I scan the negatives myself. So I can do all the darkroom work in Photoshop nowadays. Shooting film is far less expensive and a lot easier as it used to be.
     

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