Camera FV-5

(image by 35one20 under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

Kodak Gold Plus, ISO 400, 35mm.

I shoot this one as ISO 100, then when I got it developed I pulled it one stop, from the original ISO 400, so the film was actually one stop overexposed, because it was developed as ISO 200. I did this because the film was expired, I didn’t knew how much, but I decided to push it one stop, just to be sure, that it would get enough light.

The result – as you can see below – was really cool, I ended up with these under saturated, blue-green photo’s that I really like.

(All the photo’s are made with a Olympus XA rangefinder camera)

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