I'm not very brave with taking photos inside with film cameras as usually with my plastic and Lomo cameras they never work out very well. But in comparison my Zenit B is a very forgiving camera, in fact, most of my favourite photos with it have been taken inside. So I decided to be a bit braver with it and take some photos inside Lindisfarne Castle, though by a bit braver, I mean 5 photos instead of maybe 2 haha. And as you can see, just to be safe, they are all of very bright places with big windows.
I guess technically that last photo is outside, but it was within the castle grounds, so I'm putting it here anyway. Also, I usually like an even number of photos in posts... (You probably didn't notice. You'll notice now.)
I wouldn't say I'm 100% thrilled with these photos, I'm still having fun balancing the manual exposure with my Zenit B and even though this is a 200 iso film, I still managed to overexpose a lot of the photos outside which is frustrating.
On the plus side, the inside of Lindisfarne Castle was amazing and for £7 (ish, I don't fully remember) entry, I thought it was a bargain as the castle tour just seemed to keep going with room after stunning room to look around. In fact I even would say it was better than I was expecting and I had high expecations.
Location: Lindisfarne Castle, England
Camera: Zenit B
Film: Fuji Superia 200