Lubitel 166B C-41

I hardly ever use 120 film in color. I tend to think Black and white as a little more forgiving. Post-processing is easier. And I don't have to pay through the nose to get it developed. In fact, I'll be visiting Mr. Poster in Broad Ripple tomorrow to get the film he's developed. But I did stick a Kodak Ektar 200 in there (I think). Here are some of the photos I got back

Coming up next: 120 and 35mm black and white.

Sam chopped all that wood in the photo above this one.

Sam chopped all that wood in the photo above this one.

The last outdoor Indie Arts and Vintage Marketplace event until the spring.

The last outdoor Indie Arts and Vintage Marketplace event until the spring.

Back when it was pretty outside

Back when it was pretty outside

Protectors.

Protectors.

Downtown Indianapolis

Downtown Indianapolis

FujiFilm FP-3000b

A little while ago, I saw that Amazon had temporarily lowered the price of the now discontinued FujiFilm FP3000b film. It's an instant 3x4 film in Black and White. I couldn't have been more excited to test it out.

My model is Sam, the burgeoning lumberjack.

I forgot that the film speed is 3000 so they're a little overexposed, but I still love them. I wish I had known about this petition to save the film from extinction a while ago. I better make some money and stock up on the now dwindling stock left over and do what I can with them before they expire.