I bought three rolls of 3200 ISO film. I tried this film a few months ago and really loved it. The blacks are really black and the whites are really white; lots of contrast. It cost about $15 a roll to develop, so I have to be careful not to waste any shots. And the photos are really grainy. I love grainy!
This photo was taken using regular film. I just used it because I wanted a black and white one. You'll see a big difference when I post the ones taken with the 3200 film.
I took the cutest photo of Darcie from the back holding a white kitten on her shoulder. I handtinted her hairbow light pink and the kitten's eyes green. Very striking, if I must say so myself. As soon as I learn how to scan my photos into the computer, I'll show it to you.
I took a roll up in Tennessee of my Daddy and his bees, Darcie and her first cousin Ethan, and Mama's solid white cat Prince sitting on the split rail fence.
I just love photography! I immediately get in the "zone" as soon as I get an 'aha' moment. It's a real rush. I feel more alive when I'm taking pictures, but I'm not taking them as often now. My eye is getting more discerning, so I know what will look good and what won't. It was more fun when I didn't know what I was doing!