I finally got a chance to get my first spool of film from my Lomography FishEye 2 developed at my local photo place, and then got them to create some low-res digitals (1024 x 1536). I used basic film… Kodak Gold 35mm ASA200 (36 exposures).
I had to ditch many of my shots, as they were simply too dark. The underexposure was due to the low ASA rating of the film, so I would recommend that you use atleast ASA400 – which it’ll try soon.
Here are some idea’s of cost:
1. Kodak Gold ASA200 film (36 exposures) – S$5
2. 35mm Development – $3.50
3. JPG 4 Base scan (inc. CD) – $7.90
Here are some of the useable results I got:
Lindi is top-deck of Bus 2
First double exposure
Fish-eye of a fish-eye
One with the built-in flash – Indian food was excellent!
Kingfisher lager – good Indian beer!
I like pointing…
Inside the MRT (subway)
One of the great Asian traditions… why have the dirt inside the house??