Susquehanna River taken with a Chinon CP-6 Camera

Film Fun: Chinon CP-6

I’m still shooting film, and I just got some back! I FINALLY got around to developing my expired film prints that I took with my Chinon CP-6 SLR. I took it along on a riverboat trip on the Susquehanna River by Harrisburg, PA, USA, on the boat, The Pride of the Susquehanna. You see, one of the lenses I have for it is a magnificent zoom lens.

The Photos

I’m really please with the results. I didn’t fix them up in Lightroom or anything. I know the horizons are crooked and wonky, but I don’t care. I’m just happy to have my photos back. See the captions for more information.

I hope you enjoy these photos and they inspire you to get out and shoot, with film, digital, or both!

Playing with Film: The Results

I’m really pleased with my results that I got out of the three rolls of film that I told you guys about in an earlier postPerfect Image Camera in Downtown Lancaster did an excellent job with turnaround time, developing, and listening to my directions.  Thanks, guys!

First, here are my favorite results with the cross-processed 35mm slide film.

 

crossprocessed 1_3

 

crossprocessed 5_0001

 

crossprocessed3_2

 

crossprossed2_0002

Next, my fun Disposable Camera Kit from Photojojo yielded some fun results, too.  I used the fisheye lens that came with it, and attempted to use the slide filter, but that didn’t come out as well as I had hoped.  Still, see below for some of the good ones!

 

kit 1-1

 

kit 3_0002

 

 

kit 2-3

 

kit 2-1

 

Lastly, my ancient Holgal 120 film roll gave me some interesting shots, including some that I actually forget what they were of!

 

120 1_0001

 

 

120 2_0001

 

120 2_0002

 

Want to see all of the photos?  Click here to take a look.