Ok so the first one is up... a day late. Yeah, already starting off on the wrong foot but I had a lot of technical difficulties which I hop have been worked out. Fingers crossed. Below is the video.
This week I used Fuji Neopan Acros 100 medium format film pushed two stops. For the camera, I used my Yashica Mat 124G and I developed in Ilfosol 3. There is a little lightroom processing done after they were scanned mostly for contrast. No sharpening or anything too crazy was done to the scans.
My Yashica Mat has two problems. First I can't find a battery to fit for the light meter so I am going off of a cell phone app. Second, I feel like the shutter isn't exactly precise and it seems to overexpose all the images just a little bit. So that is why there are a couple of weird exposures in there.
Please keep in mind that this is simply a project for me to keep practicing, that is part of why I am also showing the mistakes. Also, I hope that this will find its way into the hands of someone perhaps looking into buying certain film stocks, but not sure what they look like. I know I like to do a lot of research on different films before I buy them so I hope others can see what it can do.
Because of all that, please don't expect the most amazing images ever. This is really just for fun and practice. If you like them though, please do leave me some feedback! (Also, I don't know about the music. Tell me if it fits or if it is cheesy. I had to put something!)