Moving Forward


 

 

There is no standing still because time is moving forward.

- Greg Lake


Camera: Nikon FA, 50mm f/1.8

Film: Fujifilm Neopan 400

© Esther Lee (@awesomesther)

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4 thoughts on “Moving Forward

  1. Hi! Read from one of your previous posts that the Pentax k1000 was one of your first SLR. Could I ask how your first experience with it was, if you still remember? :)

    I’ve never used SLR before (only film camera I’ve used is a point & shoot vivitar ultra wide) and am quite intimidated by all the different dials etc. of the Pentax. Is a lot of adjusting necessary for normal outdoor shots?

    Thanks so much & appreciate any advice you have!! :)
    Esther

  2. Hi! Not sure if my previous comment went through because the page disappeared after I submitted :( But I was just asking about your first experience with the Pentax k1000. Thinking of getting one but quite intimated by all the dials & settings. Previously, the only film camera I’ve ever used was a point & shoot Vivitar Ultra wide. Is alot of adjusting required for the Pentax for normal outdoor shots?

    Thanks very much & any advice is v much appreciated! :)
    Esther

  3. Hey there, is your name Esther too? Anyway, I read up a fair bit before I invested in the Pentax K1000, it was a really lovely camera. Felt real and solid, it was not that tough to figure out. (I love cameras which has built-in metering, saves me a lot of hassle…) Just gotta figure out how to read the meter and have some basic understanding of the relationship between aperture and shutter speed then I think it should be alright :)

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