It was the day before Narita Dog Fight had to leave and yet we still had his nights filled to the brim with car excitement. The recent debut of K6 rolling shots Facebook page has made these events a quite popular. There were so many cars that driving from Umihotaru PA to the exit onto the Wangan at 50kmph was barely enough time to get in every car for a few photos. The guy who runs these events was recently forced into buying a new car and for the sake of continuing these long nights in the cold with all his buddies he chose from a selection of cars that had a rear window which could be opened while driving so he could shoot photos. I think that’s pretty cool! Continue reading
Back on the 27th, well let’s start on the 26th. A Friday, long after school had ended I was back at home twiddling my thumbs and dilly dallying on the internet, wasting time, and in spite of the excitement waiting for me just around the corner on the weekend I still hadn’t gathered my tools and dropped them into a bag.
Something about putting watermarks on film pictures doesn’t sit so well with me. For the time being I’m not going to be watermarking this post. So if you decid to share, please credit me appropriately, thanks in advance as always. ~Matt
Everyone must know the story already, but it not a bad thing to review with repetition, and none the less with awesome film pictures! When displaying film I really like the aspect of a “roll” of film and thus like to display almost all the images from my rolls of film if possible. And with that, lets get started!
I’m not quite sure why it takes Bic Camera so dam long to develop my film, aside from a special 630 Million pixel CD for scans, it was nothing out of the ordinary. Well, here we are a week and a half later with some okay scans of an awesome weekend.