Film Scans

From a trip to Tagaytay. Shot on film. Finally developed at home months later using B/W home developing kit from Soviet Camera Store.

Camera: Praktica FX (M42 mount, from ebay)
Film: Fujicolor
ISO: 200
Lenses: Industar 50-2 and Helios 44M (also from Soviet Camera Store)
Developer: Parodinal
Developer dilution ratio: 1:45
Developer time: 15 minutes
Fixer time: 30 minutes
Scanned @ 5MP using a strip and mounted slide scanner from Latestgadget.com.ph.

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Matriculation Day

Dadi left and went back to Manila in the morning of August 4. Huhu. We’re officially LDR. Huhu. :(
Also on that day was my matriculation in NTU. Since I was done with the registration in the International Student Center and medical exam and got the results already, this was the next step (they don’t use the words enrollment and enlistment, by the way). I prepared myself to wait in long queues, I brought candies and a book to read, just like my good old enrollment days in UP Diliman. When I got to the Lecture Theater 7 for my matriculation , I saw a long queue but it was moving pretty fast. We were then seated inside a fully air-conditioned theater and waited for our names to be called. After an hour of waiting, my matriculation was done. Yes, that fast.

The most peaceful enrollment I've experienced for years. I almost fell asleep while queuing dahil tahimik. I missed the UP war zone during enrollment days. ‪#‎missinghome‬ ‪#‎missingmystudentsandcofaculty‬ ‪#‎missingallthekaguluhan‬

The most peaceful enrollment I’ve experienced for years. I almost fell asleep while queuing dahil tahimik. I missed the UP war zone during enrollment days. ‪#‎missinghome‬ ‪#‎missingmystudentsandcofaculty‬ ‪#‎missingallthekaguluhan‬

Next step, aside from attending tons of orientations and enjoying free food and goodies, is choosing our subjects. Yay!