In preparation for a colour film photography class I am shooting neon street signs and Christmas lights.
Colour film is a whole new ball game.
I am using my digital SLR camera as a light metre. Meaning: once I have an ISO, shutter speed and aperture
that produces I pleasing image, I apply the same settings to my Pentax 35 mm film camera. I do this because I do
not fully trust the light meter in my Pentax. There are a lot of variables.
In theory, the shots on the Pentax should be near replicas of these digital shots.
The image below was taken at Columbia University.