Tag: film photography
More nostalgia. Kyoto 1998. I had one of these Pentax Espio 115M cameras. It had a panorama settings which at the time I thought was pretty awesome but now realise was nothing more than a mask to blacken two-thirds of the frame.
These wouldn’t have happened a few years ago. I would have known instantly that I’d messed up the exposure, deleted them, and started again. But you can’t do that with film. All technical failures. But failures that, for me, do a pretty good job of expressing what it felt like to spend a few isolated […]