Hello film photography enthusiasts! In this video I’m talking about a 35mm film camera from my collection: the Nikon FM10. It was my first camera as a photography student. I am convinced that this camera is one of the best camera for beginner or student. I go over the basic features of the camera, I demonstrate how to load a 35mm film and I show you some photos I took with the camera. There are even some double exposures and some night photography shoots you might find very interesting. If you are looking to buy your first film camera and learn more about film photography, this video is the perfect guide for you! If you like this video and if you are an art lover don’t forget to subscribe, there will be more!
Nikon FM10 ► link at B&H photo https://goo.gl/CmkmHN
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Image by Kuyan Redman
Nikon D50, ISO 200, 1/15, f/5.6, 18-55mm @50mm
I took this shot by holding the camera in one hand, holding it up to my eye to stop any blur while standing on my computer chair, In my other hand I was holding up the lens cap to the light that was in my room.