Just got my first roll of Natura 1600 developed and scanned. Not too sure if it's because the studio scanned it at fairly low resolution, I quite puzzled with the end colour and pixelation. I did have to do some minor tuning within iPhoto, but with that, the pictures are still over saturated.
It's a huge difference if I compare to the digital ones buying valtrex in mexico taken with a Olympus E-P1 using Voigtlander 40mm f/1.4.
Next step, I am going to try shooting with non Natura film, and maybe invest in a negative scanner to see if I can get better color out of the same roll of film.
Left: Fujifilm Natura Classica + Natura 1600
Right: Olympus E-P1 + Voigtlander 40mm f1.4
Konica Hexar AF Rhodium – A really excited find on eBay, a rare Rhodium (pink) version of the popular Konica Hexar AF. This piece is in fantastic condition that's almost like brand where to buy valtrex 500mg new. The pinkish metal combined with the brown leather just make this camera looks so good. Paid a slight premium for this piece, but it's definitely worth it.
Saying the Werra is unique is probably an understatement. First of all, how many cameras actually come in green colour? This green is so … err … unique, that it's almost ugly yet adorable. Second, other than a shutter button, there is no other controls on the top panel of the camera. Everything you'll need is built onto the lens buy valtrex in usa barrel. To advance the film, twist the barrel … interesting! And then there is the lens cap. Flip it around, twist off the top cap, and now you can screw it on the lens as a shade. Neat!
Designed in 1950s, it's amazing how 60 years later, this design is actually fashionable and *cool* today.
My Leica M3, probably will be my biggest camera investment for a long time. This piece was made in 1964, that's almost a decade valtrex generic version older than I am. Quality of Leica is simply amazing, after a good 40+ years, it's still working perfectly.
This came in today. Excellent condition, real beauty 🙂
Fantastic seller, he actually packed in 5 rolls of pro films for free as a surprise.
Voitglander Vitessa A
1950s West Germany
Took the Voigtlander Vitomatic Ia out to East Coast on a roll of Lomography Redscale Negative 100 over the National Day weekend. It was great sunny day, I was really praying hard that at least something will work and not having to waste an entire roll of film. Had no idea if there is any light leak on the camera, if the mechanical parts were going to work, furthermore the thought of shooting generic valtrex cost without a rangefinder convinced me that I'm will probably have less than 20% chance of success.
Surprise, surprise! Went by the photo development shop today, the first thing I asked the lady shopkeeper was "?????"
Not only that all 36 shots worked, with the exception of a handful, most of them came out pretty much in focused … woohoo! Love the whole vintage feel brought out by the Lomography film. Super!