In my excitement for taking pictures, I didn’t even realize my (new to me but pretty old) film camera was more challenge than I was ready for. Finding out that the view finder and the actual lens didn’t meet up, my heart was a little shattered at the idea of never developing what I lined up.
Enter Ca$h, saving the day with a second camera in his bag. Enter $13 for a roll of 36 exposures. Enter another roll of 24 up island.
Enter a great amount of obstacles, including the film being pulled out from the cartridge, light damage while finding this out, and salvaging what I could while closed off in a half renovated bathroom. Followed by a “lost” roll of coveted subjects (deer, mailboxes, machinery, buildings, and a bomb shelter) during the developing process.
My first time shooting 35mm black & white. Here are the exposures that survived.