Oh! Cuuute! How do I use this…? Oh! What? It just took a photo *laughs*(Street next to my office) Now that I’ m sitting down to vlog there’s construction work I really like the vibe of a film camera So I like taking my photos on my iPhone, and then editing my them to look like film photos This time I wanted to try an actual film camera So I got a disposable Kodak film camera Yes this is the cheap one *chuckles* It was only around 10,000KRW It’s my first time using these instant film cameras So I had to look up how to use these cameras And on average, to get used to these cameras, *Construction restarts* For me to get used to these, Takes about two film rolls I heard you learn as you throw away your first two So, on a sunny day like today, I’m going to practice outside But it’s so hot! (I need to get out of here!) (After contemplating where to go, I’m walking towards the nearby Mecenatpolis) I’m taking a photo of the reflection on that glass wall Took them with the flash on, it looks good!!! Oh! Look at this! First try on the fountain shot I want to take photos here but Olive Young’s in my shot.. (A vibe-destroyer) Second try on the fountain shot Third try on the fountain shot Should we go somewhere else? (Here we now have cicada sounds…) Testing how my photos will look like if it’s shaky (But only that equipment is shaky, not you!) (You gotta do this) (Trying to look all sentimental) (Haha don’t know why but I look happy here) (I only have a few films left) (Hi finger?) Can I have one iced lemon tea please? AAH! One left! Only one left!! (Apparently I used up all the films… Is it supposed to be finished when it says “1”? Is it done? Did it end before? or just now? (I didn’t know then, but it did end earlier. I gotta learn..) For film cameras, you don’t know how the photos will turn out until you develop the films Because you can’t check the outcome right away It might be more inconvenient But I guess that’s the charm of film cameras I’m going to cool down here a bit And then go develop these films and scan them as well Thankfully there’s a developer/scanner near my office So I’m gonna go! ( Looking for the developer on the map) Gonna chug in one go AAH! Let’s get going? Second floor! Should we walk up? Look at him! It’s only the second floor.. (Confident for no reason) I’m here to develop the photos! (So excited) Do I have to develop to scan the photos? (An amateur question) Do you only sell the films too? Shopowner: Selling the refills? Yes How much are the refills? Ah really? Should I get one? Shopowner: You need to take this part out (Asking if I can recycle the camera) Is it difficult to recycle? Shopowner: Yes.. Kind of Ah really? (Now that I think about it, it’s “disposable” so it’s obviously not for recycle..) (But thanks to the shopowner who even opened up the camera to explain thoroughly) This is so cool Wow this is amazing! It’s only been 30 minutes since I asked for a scan Not even 30 minutes, and it’s done already And he sent me this by mail! Woow!! Tada! (The results after walking around so hard) Ha, OMG Wow film cameras are so fascinating I’m sold If I get a chance to shoot with a film camera I’m going to take every opportunity to do so! Epilogue: Film camera mini tutorial + my excitement This is the flash… They said it lights up here Oh the number changes! Oh it lights up here! Oooh I think this is saying the flash is on Is there an on/off button? (there isn’t) How do I use this? (Step 1. Scroll the roller on the right to the very end) And then… (Step 2. Press the flash button in the front until the red light appears) If you press this it lights up like this.. Tada! (Step 3. Take a photo while looking carefully into the viewfinder, then you’re set!) Ah it’s so cute (Time to take some photos) God It’s cute! Tada! Woohooo!