Finders Keepers Film Photos

Finders Keepers Markets

I’ve had a few rolls of film just sitting around for the past couple of months so thought it was about time to get them developed. These photos are from assorted Finders Keepers markets in Brisbane and are probably a year or two old. I used to love taking film photos but these days getting them developed, especially the cost of doing so, can be such a pain (FYI I got my negatives developed by Camera House for $7.50 per roll and then scanned them myself). I was really looking forward to getting these photos back but ended up being a bit underwhelmed with them. I wouldn’t normally edit film photos but ended up auto correcting the colour of these in Photoshop because they came back with this red tinge that I didn’t really like. I’m not sure if that was from the film, my camera, how they were developed, or my scanner but I guess that’s the unexpected nature of film photography.

Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets
Finders Keepers Markets

9 Comments

  1. Kailey March 7, 2015

    I understand being disappointed in how photos turn out but I absolutely love these!

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    • Thanks Kailey! These are probably my favourite from the bunch although I swear I took more photos at the markets haha

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  2. Lena March 7, 2015

    I love shooting film full of surpises! the finders keepers markets are always so lovely too x

    frockled.blogspot.com

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  3. jennie March 7, 2015

    Beautiful photographs! Film has a special kind of magic I think <3

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  4. Matthew Pike March 8, 2015

    seems like a lot of effort but i think the results are nice. shame about the PS using though, what a pain.

    Buckets & Spades

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    • Thanks! I was so on the fence about the photoshop since the whole point of film photos is so I don't have to worry about editing haha

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  5. trishie March 10, 2015

    I think these photos turned out really great. I love the moody romantic feel to them.

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