Yosemite through Film
“ I do not recommend any students to take pictures during travel for final project because they won’t be able to get back if the pictures are not good. However, I know what you are doing and if pictures from Yosemite are not good. You can move to plan B.”
So, my professor approved my Yosemite project for the final project of Darkroom I. Good!
I was nervous about this final project since I need to photograph with a film camera.
I could mess up light metering, development, and many many factors.
And, I won’t be able to get back to redo the project because it’s so far away.
Until then, I’ll try.
I packed my bag with a DSLR camera and a SLR camera. Six rolls of Kodak T-Max 400 are in a pouch. Let’s go.
A week after, at Collin College, Photography Department
“Please Nat, don’t mess up” I talked to myself while rolling film into a development reel. The first time I rolled two rolls of film and the second time I rolled the rest six reel of film.
Well, I did it. I didn’t mess up my films. haha
Hope yall enjoy the pictures.