After finishing the roll I went to a one-hour photolab in a nearby shopping mall to have the roll processed and printed because I really, really wanted to see my shots right away. I did contemplate on having the negatives scanned to a compact disc, but I didn’t want to shell out extra cash on something uncertain.
Enough blah, so how did I do? See here! :) [The texture on the photos is from the scanned photo paper.]
This is my sister reading the Sunday paper.
A (sadly) deteriorating house in one of the oldest districts in Manila.
I absolutely love construction cranes!
My sister again. I am testing the focusing…
And, more cranes, showing the “vertical expansion” of Manila. Condominium buildings have started to mushroom around the metro.
The camera was easy to use, it worked perfectly, the photos were sharp, and I didn’t have to have it serviced! I was so happy. I enjoyed using the Canonet a lot, and I think we’re going to have a fun, awesome, and film-loving relationship together.