This is my first roll of film from my new film camera! I picked the ones I thought turned out the best. All the photos were left unedited and I also experimented a lot with exposure and the light meter. I basically took pictures from my campus and from around work. I still need to work on the actual photo taking part but I think for my first roll they turned out really well!
Are you as excited as I am to write this post?? Because I am so excited to talk about the film camera I got a few weeks ago. First, I love my camera so much. I am so glad I got it even though I was broke afterwards, haha.
This is just a short disclaimer before I write a review on my experience. I am in no way a photographer. And I don’t think I will be. I know people define the word differently but that’s just the way I define it. I like to consider myself a film enthusiast And part of the reason I decided I wanted to learn how to take photos manually was because I was thinking of different ways to improve and change my blog.
I watched this movie with my fellow Sunday School teachers and our priest and the plot really stayed with me, so I decided to share my thoughts! I normally don’t write posts about my religious beliefs because to be honest, writing about it makes me uncomfortable. I respect everyone’s beliefs and I don’t want to make it seem as if I’m judging someone based on my own beliefs or that I’m imposing my beliefs on another person. So this post is merely a reflection on a movie that really stayed with me even after it was over. This post contains minor spoilers!