This weekend, I will be moving out of our family home to my new apartment that I share with friends. I have never lived away from my family save for one when I was in 4th grade when I had to finish the school year in Pasig while the family left for our new home in Caloocan. Now that I’m almost back in Pasig where I always wanted a home, the daily sight of the people and the outskirts of my old humble abode will sorely be missed.
Fotonotes: My latest photos of Caloocan City with Yashica Electro 35 GSN loaded with Fuji Neopan 400
Aquapix Underwater Film Camera Specifications:
- Aperture: f9
- Shutter Speed: 1/100s
- Lens: 28mm
- Focus: Focus free
- Film Type: 35mm
Where else would I take the first few shots using a new camera but in Hidalgo. I got the camera for P600 (some online stores priced it at P400) while FujiColor 100 film is P60. The photos were sharp and clean for a toy cam and it’s pretty much how I expected the results with the specs above that makes a leeway for possible fuzzy underwater shots so to produce still acceptable blurs. Happy that this cheap combo appears to be a great deal for underwater lomography which I’ll be trying out soon.