5 Frames… Of a gradually re-opened Bangkok on an Agfa Record III (120 Format / EI 160 / Kodak Portra 160) – by Graham Rogers

5 Frames… Of a gradually re-opened Bangkok on an Agfa Record III (120 Format / EI 160 / Kodak Portra 160) – by Graham Rogers

I am not particularly a fan of color film, although I take many color photographs with my DSLR.  When I had my first cameras as a kid, it was all black and white, but I did try some color before digital cameras began to appear. I returned to film when I bought a used Hasselblad 500C/M here in Thailand.  I later picked up an Agfa Record III on eBay which I wrote about last year.

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I am not particularly a fan of color film, although I take many color photographs with my DSLR.  When I had my first cameras as a kid, it was all black and white, but I did try some color before digital cameras began to appear. I returned to film when I bought a used Hasselblad 500C/M here in Thailand.  I later picked up an Agfa Record III on eBay which I wrote about last year.
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