During my wandering through York and Bruges I also shot on a 35mm film. I used the same roll a few weeks later in Barcelona on our New Year’s holidays. All of them were taken randomly without any planning.
A schoolmate of mine asked me if I would like to make some photos with her dad’s camera. My answer was obviously yes. It was a Voigtländer Bessa 66 which I have loaded with Kodak BW400CN. And what could be a better event to shoot the photos than our school trip to York, England? The result turned out not as bad as I thought.
It’s not often that I get an opportunity to use my Polaroid Land camera because it’s big and heavy. It’s also because of the film speed (which is ISO 100) and never-ending cloudy weather. It works with my DIY battery holder so the shutter not always releases like I want it to. The Product of that is the accidental multiple exposure. It is still one of my first cameras and I love it.