Occasionally I get given film and cameras.
I love it.
One of the many Kodak Brownies I've been given sits proud in my living room. It makes a great ornament.
This post is about a roll of Truprint 35mm film that was a welcomed gift from an ex work colleague.
Its been stored in my fridge for a year. Im not sure how it was stored previously; likely a kitchen drawer.
I have know idea of the expiry date but I'm guessing it would be in the 90's or the early 00's. It was labelled up as ISO 400 but because I was unsure of the life but also sure it was well beyond I shot it at ISO 100. Besides I sometimes feel that my film images can be a bit under exposed so at ISO 100 I could even be over exposing by a stop....win win!
I loaded it up the last week of March into my Canon EOS 600 SLR and headed out with Laura around Kings Lynn with a Tamron 90mm f2.8 attached.
Plenty of available light on this bright and fresh day.
All images f/3.5.
The day after we went for a walk around Sandringham woods.
All images f/4
I wish I had more of this film. Its scanned really well (since this roll I've improved my scans so these images could be better), the colours are really vibrant and all the images have come out really warm.