When i'm developing a roll of film, I usually skim through a magazine or book. I've always been careful to keep an eye on my stopwatch so I don't screw up, but would ya know it, I screwed up this roll. I think I overdeveloped them.. darn it.. but I was able to salvage most. I also could've had too fast of a speed in the camera, i'm not really sure. I'm testing a different speed to see what kind of a difference it makes, but that roll's still in there. Anyway, here are a few from my first ever roll with the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash (I don't have the flash). These are all Ilford HP5+ developed with Clayton F76 developer. 1.Self Portrait (underexposed, boosted in PS) 2.Another Indoor shot.. I need to use this camera with better lighting. 3.An apartment building near my neighborhood 4.I think this lady turned around when I got near.. I think it might've been a coincidence though.