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Kiawah Island 2010, Part Six (Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge)

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Ok, so I haven't posted any of my film pictures yet, but think I've figured out what I've been doing wrong with some of the pictures I took with the Canon AE-1 Program:

Is it somewhat accurate to assume that when shooting indoors with Kodak 400 film, the ISO on the camera should often be lowered to around 200, give or take the specific lighting circumstances?

Ignore my mouth; not sure what it's problem is here.

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    • # Kelsey

      Well, currently (as in only my last roll of film and the one I'm using now) I'm using Kodak Ultramax 400. I figured it had the most versatility of the film available to me at the local Walgreen's and Rite Aid, but I'm a super beginner, so I really have no idea what I'm talking about. I've also got a roll of Kodak Gold 200, but I haven't used it yet. To answer your other question, though, one of my best friends loosely maintains a darkroom in her basement, so once I get through this roll of film, I'm planning on developing them with her. Do you have any experience in developing film? I could use some pointers a little ways down the line; I'm not sure if my friend has had much practice in a while.

      Thank you for your time,
      Kelsey

      2010.06.11 Edited Reply Cancel