When using too many cameras, sometimes you don’t get to know the quirks of each camera in particular. A last week I realized that I am loading film too loosely in the FujiGA645Wi, which makes chubby rolls, which lets light into the ends.
I realized that when loading, I should hold my finger on the film roll, and wind it more tightly when starting the roll. Otherwise, there’s some looseness at the beginning of the film on the takeup spool, which makes the whole roll fat.
I had to compensate for the light leaks by cropping of heavily applying a vignette.
^She was giving out samples of edible bugs. Roasted and flavored.
Here’s the rest of the Fuji645 pix:
I warmed this^ one up in Lightroom a bunch.
And here’s the Pentax67 shots:
These 2 cameras are my favorite film cameras. Great results, medium format, and fun to use.