I used a color negative film by Lomography... Its a specialty film. I just get the negatives developed at Walgreens. I also shoot with TMAX, but id have to wait for the lab to develope them and Im really inpatient.
As far as posting the rest in G/N, I was never accepted in there so I cant hahaa.
@happysnapper, I guess these arent for everyone.
They are meant to be dark images. Everyone always shoots happy, ultra sharp rich images which is great, but not what I am into. With things like instagram replicating what is known as vintage, I just choose to shoot old school. I have a Canon 7D which I use quite often, but nothing seems to feel better than to nail the shot without an LCD to show you a preview, a built in histogram, light meter, autofocus etc.. This particular camera has none of it. Its basically a way for me to stay fresh and not be so dependent on the tools built in my camera.
As far as making things dark, including the eyes, its just my view on the shot. Many photogrpahers would have opted for a more gradual smokey eye look (which really didnt start being popular till the 80's) and in my opinion, would have completely ruined the shot as the styling and makeup would have not reflected the theme.
Most of my shots are more somber looking, with dark eyes. Like this one:
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Anyway, thanks everyone for the cc's!!! I appreciate them