Film Rekindled: Highlights From My Ninth Roll

This roll of Fuji Superia is all about my trip to California in July 2014. It was my first time being there so you can imagine the excitement. I brought along a 4-pack but ironically ended up not even shooting an entire roll.

I was able to record the settings for all the photos this time around. Even though I just said that shooting film is an event for me and I often don’t remember the settings I use, I still try to record them when I’m able to in case there’s anything to learn or improve.

In this case, I used f/8 and f/16 a lot for this roll because I wanted to see how that aperture looks, but also just because it was sunny.

M3. | f/8 | 1/180 sec
Santa Clarita, CA. | f/8 | 1/750 sec
Horseback. | f/8 | 1/1000 sec
A very willing and happy subject at Rocken P Outfitters. | f/8 | 1/500 sec
From the hiking path near the Griffith Observatory. | f/16 | 1/350 sec
R8. | f/4 | 1/750 sec
Santa Monica Pier. | f/16 | 1/250 sec
Lissy. | f/8 | 1/500 sec
Lissy. | f/8 | 1/500 sec
View of LA from the Getty Museum. | f/16 | 1/350 sec
In the shade. | f/16 | 1/250 sec
Gate D1. | f/8 | 1/250 sec

Gear used:

Check out more from Film Rekinded here.

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