12 comments on “Green and Yellow.

  1. Gorgeous! A bit unrelated but I just won a Yashica Electro 35 GSN from ebay and have been using your blog as a reference for the different films I want to try with it. Just finished my first test roll and can’t wait to get it developed. Love your photos, as always!

    PS. Are there any online resources you’d recommend for well priced film?

    1. That’s awesome, Yumi! I actually don’t use it as much as I would like to because mine is a little bit faulty – the focusing frames aren’t in perfect alignment so it makes my focusing process quite tedious. However I’m sure you will fall in love with it!

      You should check out ebay, there are several sellers from Thailand and Hong Kong who sell film with free shipping, quite a bargain in my opinion!

      1. 我也从泰国人的易趣推销员买胶卷。您从谁买的?:)
        株有小黄色是什么?那和柠檬看一点儿一样,但是叶子不一样。
        呣,我感觉那中文一点儿奇怪 >.<

        1. 哈哈哈中文是有那麼一點點奇怪!
          我都是從沖洗照片的相館買的,比較便宜!
          其實我不知道那是什麼,不過肯定不是檸檬,比較像非常小的橘子。

  2. So I am addicted to your blog. I love your pictures and think you are so talented. I’ve been getting into film as well, but I’m curious where you get your film developed. Do you send them off to pro labs or just go to the closest lab that’s in your area?

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. :)

      I send my film to a popular processing lab that is visited by many film users locally here in Taiwan. They have more resources and experience so I find them much more reliable than just any old lab.

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