I shot mostly black and white film at Kew Gardens (see the photos) but I’m glad I packed a colour roll too. The 61 year old Agfa Silette Pronto did a great job and even though the camera collection continues growing, it remains one of my favourites.
Palm leaves from the moment I dropped the lens filter on the floor and it fell through a hole in the grate. The lens is tiny so I’m not sure how easy finding a replacement will be.
Can’t get enough of the leaves against windows! This one reminds me of the greenhouse scene from The Day Of The Triffids. Thankfully nothing decided to take over Earth on the day we visited.
I much prefer shooting black and white film but colour made a nice change. Maybe I just haven’t found my favourite yet — a good excuse to buy more and have a play!
❤️ beautiful x
Thank you Tina x
Do you send off the film to be developed? I haven’t shot film since uninand really do miss it.
I get the negatives developed and then scan them at home — it works out cheaper than paying the lab to do that bit. I haven’t developed black and white film since college but I’d like to do it myself again one day. Just need some more space at home! You should definitely give film another whirl 🙂