Jay Rajamanickam

Walking in the rain! (Film)

This is my first attempt with film photography after using DSLR for last five years. I bought a Canon AE-1 Program on ebay last month. I used Fujifilm Provia 100F film. I mostly use ISO 100 in my DSLR, so I chose ISO 100 film. On the first day, I chose mostly f/2.8 and 1/125 second shutter speed. That setting over-exposed the pictures I took on the first day. Fortunately, on the second time, I understand little bit more about the AE-1 Program and chose shutter speed between 1/250 and 1/500 and selected the aperture according to the camera's light meter. The exposure of the second and third day pictures were better than the first day. I processed the film roll in Dwayne's Photo. Finally I did few minor adjustments like Curves, brightness and exposure of the pictures on Photoshop.

Panning shot

Panning shot.

Blue

Taken with an iPhone 4S and edited with Photoshop.

Drive in Style

Taken in Philadelphia!

Caribou Coffee

Caribou Coffee, Pittsburgh

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Chinatown NYC

Taken at Chinatown in New York city!

Lady and Bike

Cafe

Soho, NYC

Taken at Soho in New York City.

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Rain

Rain.

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Biker Pair

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St Giles Fair

St Giles Fair , Oxford

Pooja shop

A pooja shop where one can buy items for pooja (prayer) in Madurai, India.

Red Oak Cafe

Red Oak Cafe, Pittsburgh

Chicago

People of Chicago. Film Photography. Canon AE-1 Program. Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F color slide film.

Market

A vegetable market in Chennai, India.

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NYC

People of Time Square

Food Truck

NYC

Took this picture near Grand Central Station of NYC.

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Bus Stop

Oxford, UK.

Lunch

New York City.

Shopping (Film Photography)

This is my first attempt with film photography after using DSLR for last five years. I bought a Canon AE-1 Program on ebay last month. I used Fujifilm Provia 100F film. I mostly use ISO 100 in my DSLR, so I chose ISO 100 film. On the first day, I chose mostly f/2.8 and 1/125 second shutter speed. That setting over-exposed the pictures I took on the first day. Fortunately, on the second time, I understand little bit more about the AE-1 Program and chose shutter speed between 1/250 and 1/500 and selected the aperture according to the camera's light meter. The exposure of the second and third day pictures were better than the first day. I processed the film roll in Dwayne's Photo. Finally, I did few minor adjustments like Curves, brightness and exposure of the pictures on Photoshop.

Restaurant

A restaurant in Chicago. Canon AE-1 Program. Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F color slide film.

Central Park

Central Park, New York City.

Bikes

Oxford, UK.