Jun 13, 2013

110 film

Are you interested in lomography?
I am interested, but the interest fades away when i cant find any shop that can develop my film.
It started 3 years ago when my friends bought me a Diana+ camera for my birthday.I was so happy at that time and cant wait to use it.My friend generous enough to bought me a pack of B&W film for me ( I love you so much Xiao Merrrrr!!!) . I look at the pack of film and i thought it will be as the same as the normal film that we use when we are small, a 35mm film, but it was not i expected. I look at the word"110mm film"
thinking hmmmmm.... 110??? whats that!???.. then of course i'm very pandai, pergi google search laaa.
I use all 2 rolls when i went to a trip in kuching and when im back to KL, i start searching for shops that develop 110mm film.
and then i dunno what happen (fast forward)... i ended up abandon the film in a corner for 3 years ..nolaa actually i'm lazy....and FINALLY!!!!!!! there is a shop nearby my working place(still kena jalan 20 mins) can develop for me.
I was happy and sad at the same time...happy when i finally get to see what i took 3 years ago. sadding part is... develop a roll is about rm18 per roll.2 rolls mean rm36... plus scanning.. rm20x2...total i need to pay is rm76 for 2 rolls.
I remember i kept asking the shop girl what if my film turn blank?? need to pay also??? u sure no blank?? sure need to pay? LOL..i'm so sked because a few of my friend play with lomo>develop>all blank photo>kena abandon>never heard of it again....LOL
soooo...she ask me to come pick up after 3 days.
so after 3 days... i run to the shop....run back to office and open the envelope.. this is what a 110mm film look like after develop.
hmmmm.the film dosent have the hole like those you see normally in 35mm film and the size is quite huge (duhh thats why u called a 110mm instead of 35mm *smack myself*).
Cant see much though..I even took up and use the light like those is the drama or tv series about murder..then develop victim photo using dark room then police found a room full of victim photo hanging..okok back to film...or maybe you need those super light to see laaa.
Then, I started to feel panic again thinking "why kosong one!!? why no pic one? blank??"
after I open the CD.., i was satisfied. 23 picture were developed. some too dark until i don't know what the hell i'm taking. LOL. but it's okay.. at least only 1 blank picture..ahahahah.
So this is some of the picture i feel satisfied with.
 Left: some street?? lol   Right: i think its a pic of me... but well i turn black. hahah
Left:my sister..kinda love this pic though.    Right :kuching famous cat statue!!!! first first i din know what is that..but then after a while...ahhh okay..
Fav is this : photo of my mum dunno looking at apa.LOL
Its interesting enough to make me play with it again.. i think i might just use back 110mm film instead of 35mm(u can buy a converter to put at the back and use it with normal 35mm film)
because i really love the square shape..i dont know but those pic  really look mysterious and it has that weird feeling looking at it. it doesn't feel the same if u look at the picture took by a digital camera..When i look at this photo.. i looked more than 30 seconds. LOL..
I notice there is some acid spots...but i think because i kept the film too long and it became sticky...hahah the guy who develop my film must be thinking "walaooo how long jor this fella keep this film!" ... i still have 1 roll to go.. i'm still planning what i wanna take with the last roll.haha
anyway this is the info about the shop I went to: 
E-six pudu plaza

Lot LE 14/15/17, LG Pudu Plaza, Jalan Landak Off Pudu, 55100 , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Email: esix@esix.com.my
Website: http://www.esix.com.my/
Phone: 603-2141 4088

Does 35mm film development
Does 110 film development
Does 120 (medium format) film development
Does E6 film development
Does C41 film development
Does black and white film development
Does X-Pro film development
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