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You got that right. Here it's R39 for a 24 exposure film (ISO200 Fujifilm Superia), R30 to develop it, and R40 to scan it (I have a scanner but I can't get the images to come out right). Developing and printing a 24 exposure film is well over R100, and the only local place that still does film told me they're going to get rid of their equipment some time soon because it's running at a loss.

This is going to be the first time I've shot film in years since my family were pretty early adopters of digital, even my grandad has been using a DSLR since around 2007. So far these rolls have cost me £3 each (Superia 200 36ex) and I've discovered a mail order type developing place that will develop and scan for £5 per roll. I can't do any developing or scanning myself since I don't have the kit, and even if my uni had any they probably wouldn't let a CS student use it rolleyes.gif
     
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This is going to be the first time I've shot film in years since my family were pretty early adopters of digital, even my grandad has been using a DSLR since around 2007. So far these rolls have cost me £3 each (Superia 200 36ex) and I've discovered a mail order type developing place that will develop and scan for £5 per roll. I can't do any developing or scanning myself since I don't have the kit, and even if my uni had any they probably wouldn't let a CS student use it rolleyes.gif

I guess I can also hand my films in at another shop but I don't like the idea of paying them, the courier, and a lab and then waiting 4 weeks for it.

The shop that I go to also told me that Fuji is planning to stop manufacturing film somewhere in the near future.
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I guess I can also hand my films in at another shop but I don't like the idea of paying them, the courier, and a lab and then waiting 4 weeks for it.

The shop that I go to also told me that Fuji is planning to stop manufacturing film somewhere in the near future.

I don't know about the shop telling you that, could just be an attempt to get you buying more. I don't see why fuji would stop making film as long as there's still profit in it. If there's one particular type of film that's not profitable, they'll stop making it like they have done to some recently. As long as there's enough sales to turn a profit I don't think they would stop now that there is so little competition.
     
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Here's some shots from a car shoot the other day after a fashion shoot I did. I'm starting to really develop a passion for photography now.  I love improving on my work every time I shoot and trying new things. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Canon 6D IMG_0880-Edit.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0717.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0656.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0639.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0779.jpg

those look soo awesome, how do you get to shine to show like that? ..
Edited by boogschd - 4/9/14 at 12:45am
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I guess I can also hand my films in at another shop but I don't like the idea of paying them, the courier, and a lab and then waiting 4 weeks for it.

The shop that I go to also told me that Fuji is planning to stop manufacturing film somewhere in the near future.

It is very unlikely Fuji will stop selling film. Velvia is still a very popular ( and bloody expensive) choice for landscapes. If you want to shoot film cheaply set up a dark room, you can develop c41 for a dollar or 2 worth of chemicals, you just need good temperature control, and black and white is also cheaper and easier. The only hard part is scanning, which is either expensive to get someone else to do it, or expensive and time consuming to do it yourself, but a good scan of 120 film is very rewarding to look at.
Edited by Eggs and bacon - 4/9/14 at 4:10am
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It is very unlikely Fuji will stop selling film. Velvia is still a very popular ( and bloody expensive) choice for landscapes. If you want to shoot film cheaply set up a dark room, you can develop c41 for a dollar or 2 worth of chemicals, you just need good temperature control, and black and white is also cheaper and easier. The only hard part is scanning, which is either expensive to get someone else to do it, or expensive and time consuming to do it yourself, but a good scan of 120 film is very rewarding to look at.

Maybe they just meant the Superia. That and Kodak ColorPlus are all I can get though.
Edited by JKuhn - 4/9/14 at 4:20am
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Here's some shots from a car shoot the other day after a fashion shoot I did. I'm starting to really develop a passion for photography now.  I love improving on my work every time I shoot and trying new things. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Canon 6D IMG_0880-Edit.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0717.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0656.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0639.jpg
Canon 6D IMG_0779.jpg

those look soo awesome, how do you get to shine to show like that? ..

On pic 2 and 4 I used flashes to shine the silver and cut down reflections. Really cool and easy thing to do on lighter colored cars. Otherwise i just used the brush tool and used a lot of clarity selectively.

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Tried the stock Nikon neck strap, didn't like it. Tried the cheap back-of-hand strap, hated it. This is my solution, a wrist strap made from 550 paracord with a lanyard knot.

Homemade camera wrist strap
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Tried the stock Nikon neck strap, didn't like it. Tried the cheap back-of-hand strap, hated it. This is my solution, a wrist strap made from 550 paracord with a lanyard knot.

Homemade camera wrist strap

This is what I did to, love it.
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This is what I did to, love it.
I spent about a half hour adjusting the size of the loop until I got it so it just barely holds the bottom of my palm. I can reach all the buttons, and if the camera gets knocked there's no way it's getting dropped. With $4 of paracord I still have enough to make 4 more. Sweet deal
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