I’ve thought about getting a lot of things: Filters, lenses, lights, and other stuff. I say to myself, I’ll buy one next pay check, then I get that money, and I spend it on useless crap. But yeah, a few times, so for now I’ll use my lamps and a homemade flash diffuser.
Hello! I sent you a message the other day about Film cameras, I meant camera wise! Something that would be easy to learn considering I shoot canon for my digital stuff! Im so sorry that I chose to ask this anonymously, but, I find myself having a little crush on you. We have a few mutual friends, and I saw your picture on my newsfeed on facebook tonight, the self one, and it reminded me to check your tumblr.. I dont know what it is Alex, you're fascinating.
First of all, das coo. Second of all, thanks, really…. thanks. Thirdly, I suppose any old film SLR will do, just something that shoots film. My very first camera was a film SLR, which is an interchangeable lens camera that takes film. It’s actually how I learnt photography. Learn about aperture and shutter speed and film ISO online and apply that to the camera. Also learn how to load film into a camera. It’s all online, I guarantee it. Basically, take pictures, and then take some more. If that doesn’t work, just take more.
I am so amazed by your photographs! You're truly amazing. Question, I have always shot digital slr's , I have a Canon 40D and a Rebel. However, this summer I was at a friends house and her parents used to shoot a lot of film stuff, and they even had a black room so we got to do a lot of that. Now, you being so knowledgable and have acquired so many film cameras, what would be the best option for a black and white, and for a color? Thanks so much!
I really appreciate you liking my stuff, thanks. And when it comes to your question, Im a little confused as to what you mean by what we are referring to with options here, Cameras? Film? Digital vs Film? If you clarify I’d be glad to help.