A mixed bag of film.

In a pre–winter office clean up I found a bunch of film kicking about in bags and forgotten about places. These are a selection of shots from the summer from various cameras and using a mixed bag of film types.

The cameras I used here are a Nikon F5, 35mm (thanks Cezar!), a couple of Minolta SR 101’s (both 35mm) and a Holga 120. Getting film back from processing is always so satisfying – something about not seeing your shots for weeks (or in this case months) that makes them seem more valuable somehow.

Walking on Water. Nikon F5.

Walking on Water. Lake Shikotsu. Nikon F5.

Solo fisherman, Lake Shikotsu. Nikon F5.

Solo fisherman, Lake Shikotsu. Nikon F5.

Solo fisherman. Lake Shikotsu. Nikon F5.

Solo fisherman. Lake Shikotsu. Nikon F5.

Catching dinner. Nikon F5.

Catching dinner. Nikon F5.

Makkari Farm Fields. Nikon F5.

Makkari Farm Fields. Nikon F5.

Clouds and Youtei. Minolta SRT101.

Clouds and Youtei. Minolta SRT101.

Boat on the lake. Nikon F5.

Boat on the lake. Holga 120.

Tetra Pods. Holga 120.

The Annupuri range shot on a Holga, 120.

The Annupuri range shot on a Holga, 120.