Shooting Film is a mixed bag. It’s always been said that it slows your shooting down, it makes you select your shots better, making sure your settings are correct. You make sure you tick all the boxes, shoot with a reliable light meter, overexpose just a tad. You finish off a roll happy and anticipate the results in a few days. You turn it over to the developing shop and try hard not to think about it – but secretly do, excited about how good your shots are.
Life is good.
Until you get a call that the adhesive you used to secure the 120 roll failed and that the roll unraveled slightly.
Life suddenly isn’t so good.
Here’re the results:
It turned out well i suppose. Accidental Fine art photography.