An experimental BW story: Kodak T-Max 400 shot at EI 3200 #001 (with coffee)


1. Les briques de Porto — Welcome to my latest film story! I did the experiment of shooting a 400 ISO black & white film like it would be rated 3200 ISO, which is technically 3 stops of difference. To be understood by everyone: I let light reach the film for 3 times less than it should be. Then, my lab compensate that by letting the chemicals developing the negatives for a longer time. It is simple in my head but a bit complicated to explain! haha — Anyway, it allows shooting with high speeds in a lot of situations. That way, photos are less blurry, and you can shoot in darkness… but this, was on paper. Check the rest!

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A (not so) lo-fi story: Lomography Color 800 #001


1. We bought a new car! I thought it was a good idea to illustrate the debut of this story with it; and we’ve had a bright sun! Pro: nothing stops us on the road — Con: a bit slow.

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An over-lightened slides story: Agfa CT Precisa 100 #004


1. Busy society: phoning while walking, huh?

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