Images shot on Rollei Retro 400S in Canon Sure Shot AF-7 In 1986, a man named James P. Carse released his book Finite and Infinite Games. It’s generally seen as a polarising work, with a fair number of scathing reviews to go alongside its glowing ones. It clearly made a big impression on … Read more
Images shot on Rollei Retro 400S in Canon Sure Shot AF-7 If you shoot film, you probably have a few that are your favourites. And if any of those are the better-known ones like Portra 400 or HP5 Plus, they’ll probably be a lot of other people’s favourites too. But what about the … Read more
No doubt there are plenty of ISO 400 monochrome films to choose from. Have you shot Rollei Retro 400S though?
If not, I think you should. I filled a roll with a few sessions of street photography and cannot complain with how it came out.
The film promises high contrast, fine grain, and good sharpness. How high, fine and good did I get, though? Come learn more in this review.
The Shitty Camera Challenge was pretty much as the name suggested. That was… to shoot with a shitty camera. You could use any film you wanted and then were to post the results to Twitter.
There was a suitably bad first prize, which I don’t know who won right now but I hope it wasn’t me, and lots of fun to be had on the #shittycamerachallenge hashtag.
For me, it was an excuse to get out again with the Canon Sure Shot AF-7 and try some Rollei Retro 400S for the first time. This is how it went. Come take a look.