48 Years Later – Hello all, it’s been a while! Life’s been busy huh? So I’ve been into film photography lately and the first few try I did was during my Sri Lanka trip where I brought my Praktica LTL. The pictures went good but I wasn’t really satisfied (pictures to be posted here soon), so I purchased a different vintage camera, the Yashica Electro GSN which I carried with me all throughout my Europe trip. In fact, I prioritised it over my mirror lens camera. However, since I bought it very last minute (and out of impulsiveness), I didn’t have much time to study it and the result went really awful, and a-w-f-u-l means my 2 film rolls were developed EMPTY! How’s that event possible? well, that was really heartbreaking, to think that the developing time of films in Singapore takes 2 weeks, you can just imagine my anticipation and jitters while waiting, only to find out empty rolls.
Anyways, I gave it a try one more time during my Bagan, Myanmar trip last month, and upon receiving my pictures, it turned out to be better than my Sri Lanka Trip and Euro Trip (apparently), but most of them have light leaks! However, though, I surely love the quality of the pictures so I’m just considering this “unintentional” light leaks ala Mark Borthwick’s style. But I’m not going in his direction so maybe I need to get my light seal fixed before my next travel!
For now, enjoy the pictures!