Annnnnnnd I’m back with another On Film post – what a surprise. It’s been such a treat being able to get all of my old rolls developed (finally), so I figured I might as well add them on here too for some easy and oh-so-tropical content.
I’m pretty sure this was my first roll of film taken on my Canon, so I had no idea what I was doing or how to operate any of the settings. So expect a lot of blurry greenery and cascading waterfalls.
Here is another roll of film FINALLY developed. I took these snaps back in November, 2015 when I flew down to Brisbane to see Fleetwood Mac. I wanted to experiment with the different angles of the city buildings and got some pretty darn cool results from it.
So after a very long a drawn out process with Kmart (and a good year’s worth of procrastination beforehand on my part) I FINALLY got my roll of film developed from The Rubens’ last Cairns gig (October 2015). It was my first time seeing them live, and to be honest, I didn’t really know any of their songs aside from Hoops – but in just a few short hours at Tanks my love affair began.
I’m not going to attempt to verbalise how swoony they are to see live, or how utterly charismatic the lead singer Sam is (oh baby), so I will summarise it all into the following:
Do yourself a favour a go see them live. You’re welcome.
Unfortunately, I think the film got damaged at some point because only a few photos actually developed, and the ones that did aren’t the most spectacular quality *insert a bunch of the laughing/crying emojis here* but I still love them nonetheless. I don’t know how I managed to do some double exposures, but it is now my new favourite photographic effect and I’m definitely going to learn how to do them properly for future shots.