Well, I just got back my photos from development and I thing I might have found my everyday camera. Come check them out.
The wait is finally over. lol
My newest camera in my lomographic arsenal has bore me some shots and I am pretty happy with them. I had gotten my Chinon Bellami from eBay and didn’t know much about it but it was small and cool looking- see my blog all about it- (http://www.lomography.com/homes/110isnotdead/albums/1906605-chinon-bellami-1st-roll)
So I went out and shot just stuff around town, on my way to work and out at lunch; stuff like that. After I ran through the roll of Fuji-film 400iso CN, I next had to find a place that would develop them. Rite Aid, my go to place, just stopped at the end of October and many of the other places were just too slow or too expensive. But I sojourned on and found “Discount Drug-Mart” close to me and they developed the film and put them on a CD for a whopping 2.69!!! I know, right?
After looking at them, I was impressed at the quality. I still gotta learn the little quirks that all cameras possess but I think I might have found a gem here.
Next is to try it with some of my Fuji Provia 100 and see how that works. Wish me luck and stay tuned.
PS- here is the rest of the album- http://www.lomography.com/homes/110isnotdead/albums/1906605-chinon-bellami-1st-roll