Out of my second roll I managed EIGHT shots. When I brought the film in and the girl asked if I wanted the photo CD, index print, and all that jazz, I said, 'yes, but I don't actually know if anything is on there.' She said, 'fine, we'll only charge for what's on there.' And then when I went in, she said, 'there were only about 8 shots, so you can take a look and see if you want any of them.' I said, 'yes, whatever came out! That's twice what I got last time!' So then we had a brief conversation about her friend's pin hole camera and how she gets some really cool shots, and such and that I shouldn't be embarrassed when I bring my film in to her (b/c I told her I was beginning to feel silly bringing in film and not really getting any pictures back. A friendly person at CVS! And a person working the photo counter who is actually INTO photography!! Crazy day!
So, here are the UNEDITED results of 'roll 2'...
They're mostly the end of the roll when I took shots of the snow in the back yard.
This one is my bamboo plant in the yard
My tomato cage by the side fence
My garden fence
The side fence and,again
And, I don't remember taking this one of our shed?
These last two were actually at the beginning of the roll.
I honestly don't remember what was in the middle of the roll, as I didn't keep a journal like I did for the first roll. But here's what I've learned:
1. I advanced the film too much between shots, as I just realized when looking at the negatives (which is why I can't remember any other shots!), and
2. I need to stop being lazy and get out the damn tripod!
And, now I will edit them and see if I can get something interesting out of the fuzzy pictures at wonky angles!