Week 6… the first week in which I screwed up, I forgot that I shoot the film at ISO 800, when I developed it, so for the first time in my analog photography life I underexposed a film 1 stop.
It sucks a bit, especially when I can see a photo that would have been a lot nicer if it had been one stop – or even two – brighter.

Anyway, there isn't anything I can do about it now, and it's properly not going to be the last time I mess up something, with in this project.

I used my beloved this week, and the cheap – but not bad – Fomapan 400 film.


  • Camera: ME Super
  • Film: Fomapan 400
  • ISO: 400 ()
  • Format:
  • Expired: No
  • Developer: D76 (21°C – 7 min.)

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