adventures with the repaired & cleaned Nikon FM2
Lately, most of my ventures into film photography involve just finding enough light and clicking. The LC-A+ has four distances you can choose from, and a lot of my other film cameras only involve stepping away from the subjects. I had the Nikon FM-2 cleaned recently. It was the SLR camera I used in high school, and it was fun actually getting to see how far away your subject is and fiddling with the knobs, instead of making guesstimates and hoping there’s enough light let in.
For this roll, I used Kodak ColorPlus 200, courtesy of Shine.