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!

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My film – who cares what it looks like?

Watching the festivities at Carnival in the Mission (Lomography Earl Grey ISO 100)

So Doc has encouraged me to start shooting on film, and I’ve discovered that I really like developing film (we’ve been using the Noisebridge darkroom).  Continue reading “My film – who cares what it looks like?”

I am melting like those Nazis that opened the Ark of the Covenant

Christine, don't look at it. Shut your eyes, Christine. Don't look at it, no matter what happens!

Holy guacamole we’ve been having a summer heat wave in San Francisco.  And by “heat wave” I mean temperatures between 70F-80F / 21C-27C.  Sooo, not very hot.  And yet, I am convinced that this is exactly what death feels like.

It must be part of the human condition, to always feel like you are about to explode if the temperature varies by a few degrees outside of the average for your area.  Because living in Bermuda, Australia, and wherever, I not only tolerated scorching hot days but enjoyed them.  Alas, this is all that remains: a Christine that looks like a melting wax figurine.