Bangkok on film

Olympus XA3 Kodak Gold 200 35mm

My holiday photos have come back from the developers and there are some triumphs and some disasters.

I took the Olympus XA3 and whilst using it, I kept forgetting to wait for the second click as the camera self regulates the shutter speed. This has resulted in blur in a lot of photos.

It’s not all bad, some shots such as this photo of a Chedi at a Wat in Bangkok came out brilliantly.

Expect more 35mm goodness soon.

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