Episode 8 summary

  • Expired Film Day 2019
  • Shooting expired colour print film
  • Shooting expired colour transparency film
  • Shooting 2003 Kodak Ektachrome 64T colour transparency film in my Fujifilm Klasse S
  • Shooting 2011 Lomography Colour 200 Slide film in a Voigtlander Vito C (Minox looking plastic camera)
  • Description of the images (see them below)
  • I won the Sunny 16 Cheap Shots Challenge! Check out the images I shot in the Episode 4 show notes
  • Selling expired vintage 16mm Kodak film to Mike Raso from the Film Photography Project
  • My order from the Film Photography Project store – including FPP Retrochrome film
  • New film photography podcasts: Uncle Jonesy’s Cameras, Grainy Dayz and Embrace the Grain

Shoutouts

Images taken with expired slide film

Details for each image in the caption.

Aparments in South Brisbane shot on 2003 Kodak Ektachrome 64T transparency film on my Fujifilm Klasse S (rated at ISO 50).

Leading lines, South Brisbane. Building in South Brisbane shot on 2003 Kodak Ektachrome 64T transparency film on my Fujifilm Klasse S (rated at ISO 50).

Albert Street, Brisbane. Leading lines, South Brisbane. Shot on 2003 Kodak Ektachrome 64T transparency film on my Fujifilm Klasse S (rated at ISO 50).

My faithful companion, Marshall Dalmatian. 2011 Lomography Colour 200 Slide film (rated at ISO 160) in a Voigtlander Vito C plastic camera.

Brisbane Botanic Gardens. 2011 Lomography Colour 200 Slide film (rated at ISO 160) in a Voigtlander Vito C plastic camera.

South Bank, Brisbane (image inverted). 2011 Lomography Colour 200 Slide film (rated at ISO 160) in a Voigtlander Vito C plastic camera.

 

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