Craigslist is a pretty cheap place to find film. 100 feet of still-sealed Ilford HP5 Plus 400 ISO B&W film, plus 6 reloadable film canisters (5 still loaded with unexposed mystery film) plus one roll of possibly-exposed C-41 for me to try more mystery double-exposures on, plus an AP daylight film loader – all for $35. I seem to be fully vested in this film photography thing.. :D
1980’s Yashica FX-3 Super. The following pics are all shot on this and vintage 2001 C-41 film developed in Caffenol-C for 21 minutes. I’m practicing how to think in black & white.
This one came from a roll that I found in a $2 thrift-store camera. It had 3 exposures on it, so I re-rolled it and shot it again Of the 3 double-exposed mystery frames, this one came out best. Obviously I have no idea who this ghostly child is.