At first i was thinking to use the film only if I’m on a vacation to the beach or anywhere with hill and mountains, which is more nature way to shoot Ektar but i don’t have any choices left since i’d been shooting the same films (LOMO Redscale, CN 400, CN etcs) and Ektar was the only Kodak roll i have that time. In the meantime, I also waiting for my SIGMA 28mm 1.8 ASPHERICAL AF lens, which i bought from Ebay last month, so it kinda encourage me to load the Ektar and shoot with the lens on. As you can see, the sky & cloud shots were taken first on the roll, using Canon 50mm f/1.8 EF lens and the rest were taken with my Sigma 28mm f/1.8 lens. I also went to the state zoo with my good friend MKJ and end up with heavy rain just an hour after our arrival at the park. So, few of the shots were taken after the rain stopped and the sky still looked gloomy with heavy clouds. Thanks to the birds for reflecting a few amount of light for me to get a better shots even it still looked a bit underexposed.
Canon EOS Rebel 2000 with Canon 50mm f/1.8 & Sigma 28mm f/1.8 lens
When we met Ben Vine on last X-Mas, he’d been talking about a creative project which i’d never heard about it before. So, he asked us to do a collaborative double exposures project with him, where each of us have to take any random shots on a film & camera of our choice and send it to him for the 2nd exposures, which he’ll do it alone i think. For an early prep, I was supposed to do a few research about the multiple exposure stuff and plus i didn’t even know that my Rebel can do such thing. I’ve got all these results without any knowledge/tips on how to do the thing. I used an unknown brand plastic camera for 1st 36s exposures and my Rebel on 2nd. And i used an expired Konica Centuria 100 film for this experimental shots. Not every image were doubled but kinda impressed with the underexposed and dreamy-infra red kinda look in a few shots.
Canon EOS Rebel 2000, 28-80mm f 3.5-5 EF Lens