Sunday, 1 April 2012

photo from week 117 - Yashica Electro 35 GSN

ocarina workshop by pho-Tony
ocarina workshop, a photo by pho-Tony on Flickr.

Another indoor shot, this time at f 2 where the shallow depth of field is still very apparent.
The film was Kodak ColorPlus from Poundland, developed in the Tetenal kit.


  1. Just stumbled across your blog. Good to see that someone is helping to keep film based photography alive and kicking. Power to your elbow (and cameras).


    Trevor David Betts

  2. Thanks Trevor, it's a rotten job, but somebody's got to do it :-)

  3. Hey. I feel lucky to find such an interesting blog. Really. And I also own a Yashica which was used like some 8 years back and now abandoned. But I really want to start over it again.
    Would you please tell how did you get the pics from Yashica on to your pc or laptop?

    1. Hi there, I developed the film at home myself, but you can get it done at a lab if you have one nearby, then I scanned the negatives with an Epson V500 scanner, but again, you can get films developed and scanned to disc by your local minilab, though the resolution and quality of the scans may not be as high.
      Good luck!