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Right, I am currently sitting here with a huge grin on my face because I got my first three rolls of 120 film back today from FujiFilm. Now, there’s nothing spectacular going on, but I didn’t expect there to be on my first couple of films. I’m also, far from disappointed. Enough chat, here are my photos…
My first ever picture taken on Holga. Well, I say that but the first picture was actually taken with the lens cap on. But it was of the same thing…
This is @binaryjunkie, just chilling out in the garden, reading some maths text books.
The tree in the garden. I’m fascinated by this tree and I’ve taken far too many photos of it.
Horsham High Street. This isn’t quite what I wanted but it came out so I’m not going to complain.
I think this was me trying to take a photo of myself in the mirror.
The cat, Bo. I obviously didn’t wind this one on properly!
Ricoh! This is the camera that I take my 35mm pictures on. He’s an XR-P from the 80s.
That tree again, double exposed with a photo of a rainbow coloured flower that spins in the wind.
Bo, again. I love the corners on this one!
The bus stop. Sorry, my life doesn’t get much more exciting than this!
My favourite water tower. I have taken so many photos of this water tower but it’s just so photogenic.
You can just about see the water tower in there.
A buddha, some flowers and the living room curtains.
I can’t remember where this was, but I got on the wrong train and ended up here.
An original 1953 merry-go-round in Hastings, East Sussex.
Arundel High Street. There’s an old camera shop here.
I’m so glad at how this one came out.
The river Arun.
Now, I realise now that I’ve wasted 2 pictures here because I didn’t need three pictures that have actually all come out pretty similar. You live and learn though, correct?
That water tower again, but this time it is in colour. It isn’t the last you have seen of this water tower.
Guildford High Street, Surrey.
So there we go, my first three rolls of 120. I’ve got another one waiting to be sent off this weekend, as well as 2 35mm. Then, the redscale 35mm is going in. Not sure which 120 to use next.