Here are some photos of Katrina and Brian hanging out during a backyard bbq. They were troopers for allowing me to take some shots of them to test out some black and white Ilford 3200.
Black and White
So here are some photos from my first roll of Ilford 3200 black and white film. I shot these during a night out to celebrate my sister's birthday with my Yashica and rated the film at 1600. I did some research on this film and from what I read it produces more grain than normal to give you that "artsy" look. You'll also notice below a line in the photos which I believe was produced by a piece of grit or sand in the camera. Another thing to note in some of the photos is the exposed "spool" - looks like the some frames were dislodged from the spool. Lesson learn here is that film is super sensitive and to err on overexposing by 2 stops when making photos in low light situations. Anyway, let me know what you guys think. BTW, got these developed at Penn Camera...not sure what happened with the scans.