These are some photos from a few rolls of Fujifilm Pro 400H from my trip with Zab to the Philippines earlier this year that I finally developed. My developing has been a bit slow since I’ve been waiting until I have enough rolls to maximize the useage of a batch of chemicals. While we were there I mostly spent time shooting slide film, which I posted in this blog post, but I ended up shooting a couple rolls of 400H when I wanted to get shots in low-light situations and of her and I. Generally, I find negative film to be more flattering in color to people than slide film since it handles various lighting conditions better. It didn’t really help me in hiding my kind of out of shape figure though, what can I say though, the food was really good.

Macro photo of a stack of magazines in a cafe

All different kinds of meat at a night market

People getting different kinds of juices at a night market

Looking down the row of all the food options at a night market

Cheese and Meat Dynamite Rolls

Outside in the redlight district at night

Zab and I standing outside the main walls of Fort Santiago

Zab and I sitting on a ledge near an inner wall at Fort Santiago

Zab and I standing in one of the garden areas at Baluarte de San Diego

Random intersection on a quiet day in Makati

Interesting building that is being torn down or built, I'm not sure

People walking around in Makati

A pile of Filipino Pesos

Another new building being built in Makati

A pedestrian bridge going to the mall in Makati that has art painted by different artists all across the ceiling of the walkway



31Oct