After venturing into the digital world of photography for about 4-5 years, I have finally returned to the reason for my interest in photography. The captivating film photography.
This was the type of photography I grew up with. Watching my uncles and relatives fiddling with their cameras, loading films and waiting for the developing of the negatives, all these, were exactly the reasons for my passion in photography.
Frankly speaking, when I first bought my D90 DSLR, I never thought one day I will step back in time to film. Thank God for the undying desire and eventually I bought my first film camera, a second-hand Nikon FM2n.
The Nikon FM2n is an advanced semi-professional, interchangeable lens, 35mm film, single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. Produced in 1984, this camera has a history of more than 30 years.
Now I can call myself a proud owner of one!
Happy to load up a Kodak film and started my journey.
The first shot. Over exposed because of faulty shutter curtain. Was trying to take the interior of a tour bus with its wooden bench.
Did a few scenery shots of sunset.
Still object shots.
Love the bokeh of the shots.
Was quite pleased that I managed to get a few good shots of the girls on movement.
The favorite of my maiden film photography.