Autumn always looks so much better on film.
I’ve got some cool trips planned for January, and as with all sad, photo-taking losers, I’ve been trying to work out the best cameras to pack for when. This may sound straightforward, but there are a whole host considerations to be taken into account, including quality, space in bag, low-light ability, blah blah blah blah blah bjvkdfbhdfvdl…
Anyway, for that reason, I decided to give my old LC-A a bash. It’s been shunned recently in favour of different beasts, but its size and automatic ways make it a perfect travel candidate. Sadly, it’s not been behaving itself for a while – playing funny with the battery contacts, so I decided to try fix it up and see how it fared.
I used these unsuspecting English folk as my guinea pigs.
Oh, nevermind… Lee is even worse.
Just watch that when you kick piles of leaves there isn’t a big rock waiting to fly through the air with it. I’ve been caught out by that one before.
Now if only developing and scanning 35mm film wasn’t so deathly boring…