The past week I've been shooting with the Olympus OM-10 to get a feel for the cam and shoot my roll of 24 full, so I could see the results. The experience was fun. I didn't develop the film myself. I learned that I have to slow down even more and should be more focussed on the settings of the cam, the available light and framing. Here under some of the pictures I shot with the Olympus OM-10 with Fuji Superia Xtra - iso 400 film.
Bought an Olympus OM-10, to experience the wonders of film again. Never shot with this type of camera before. When I still shot film, many, many, many years ago, it was with compact film cameras. Ordered a couple of rolls of 35 mm color and black & white film. I'm curious what the results will be.
A while back I was asked if I was interested in exhibiting my pictures at the Royal HaskoningDHV head office, where I work. I had the opportunity to hang my pictures in the large entry hall and/or our restaurant, but decided to keep it small because of the costs. I decided to hang them just before the tunnel leading to another office and an underground garage (so lots of people passing through). In the picture above a colleague and I are figuring out how many pictures we would need to fill the wall. At that time I had made only three prints. We decided 5 (60 x 80 cm) prints would suffice. The beautiful animal paintings will be removed at the end of this week, so the photos can hang in their place.