Many years ago, when I was a child, I went on a trip with my parents in Florence and Rome, two great Italian cities, full of art and history, with my first camera, a Kodak Instamatic (still 100 percent working!)
Sino allo scorso anno, in una nota catena di supermercati erano in vendita le pellicole Esselunga (100,200,400 ISO). Non so se queste pellicole siano veramente delle Ferrania rimarchiate come spesso si dice. Probabilmente sì, anche se non ne ho la certezza al cento per cento. Il loro suo comportamento è interessante, perchè abbinate ad obbiettivi russi e della ex Germania Orientale (Helios, Pentacon) mi hannno fatto ottenere delle foto caratterizzate da una dominante marrone/ambra decisamente gradevole. State a vedere!
This is a story of a film roll that has been missing for more than ten years and was recently found in a drawer. These photos were taken in the middle of the 1990's with my trusty Praktica LB. The roll was found two years ago and developed in a professional mini lab.
The tiny Industar 50-2 is probably the smallest lens for a reflex camera. It's well-suited for my old Zenit EM, a camera built as a tank! Enjoy this strange Zenit adventure in search of urban geometries!
Tired of multi-baths and the steps needed to process color films? The C-41 process requires many steps, but if you use the Nova Pro-speed 41 film developer kit you can reduce the whole procedure to only two baths.