MOAR film!

Tea time during Sunday Streets in the Mission (Tri-X ISO 400)

Well, I didn’t like a lot of the shots I took on Tri-X iso 400 film because when we developed them we didn’t realize that we didn’t pour enough developer to submerge the film.  But sufficient people seem to like some of these shots that I figure, what the heck, I’ll post em.  So here you are, exclusively for your viewing pleasure, is some more film shots!

Madame Butterfly at Carnival in the Mission (Lomography Earl Grey ISO 100)
“OK ladies, ready, and plié!” Practicing for Carnival in the Mission (Lomography Earl Grey ISO 100)
Mark Montgomery at the yo-yo competition in Golden Gate Park (Lomography Earl Grey ISO 100)
A bubbly lady on a bike at Sunday Streets in the Mission (Tri-X ISO 400)
Doc at the Area 2881 gallery, apparently photobombing the spinning light sculpture and dancing robots… or maybe I wanted him to pose like that, I don’t remember (Tri-X ISO 400)
My hat on top of my room divider (Tri-X ISO 400)

Author: Steen

Steen is a nerdy biologist who spends a lot of time trying to cultivate Chloroflexi, who also likes to draw comics, play video games, and climb.

2 thoughts on “MOAR film!”

    1. Thanks! I like how I said my reason for not posting these earlier was: there wasn’t enough developer, and yet half of the photos are off the ISO 100 roll which was developed BEFORE that mystery-person dumped the developer out. Aaaaahahahahahahaaa… I guess I was just too lazy.

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