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|Posté le: Mer 4 Oct - 13:34 (2017) Sujet du message: Film photography on a budget?
Last year I took a photography class that was split into two parts-- digital and film. I'm very comfortable with using digital, but film was new and exciting to me. We shot black and white 35mm film (I borrowed a Pentax K1000 from my friend) and developed and made prints of my own photographs. It's been a while, and I honesty miss it so much! I've just bought a Pentax K1000 of my own, and I'm excited to get back into it. But, I no longer have the means of developing my own rolls of film, and I am interested in shooting in color. I'm a student, so money is a big factor for me. What is, in your opinion, the cheapest way of buying and developing film? What film (color & black and white) do you think is the best for cheap? I don't necessarily need prints-- digital is fine if I could get a scanner (another subject I need some direction on, haha). Thanks!
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.