If you feel like you’ve seen some of these photos before, it’s because I shared them in a recent post about me most committing to shooting a Pentax MX for a little while. I was going to talk about the quality of the results I’ve had from shooting Kodak P3200 at EI400 in that post, but since I’m so happy with the results, I figured it deserved a post of its own.
Hamish’s Experiments with Kodak P3200
A couple of weeks ago I went down to Cornwall for the day to shoot some video for Fowey Shellfish. The job for the day was to capture some content of their new boat, the Mytelus, and MAP packing machine in action. I was to shoot a few digital stills for them too, but mostly the day was to be about shooting video. Of course, with jobs like this, it’s hard not to be tempted into taking a camera for a bit of film photography – it’s not every day I get to go out to sea on a Cornish fishing boat.
Earlier today, I posted a 5 frames post documenting a recent experience shooting a slightly crappy teleconverter mounted to a Ricoh FF90 Super – you can find that post here. I wasn’t overly enamoured with the results from the camera/lens combo, but after sending the film to Duncan at Silverpan Labs, I have managed to somewhat inadvertently kick off some slightly more controlled experimenting with Kodak T-MAX P3200.