Shooting my first roll of 35mm film was a very interesting learning experience. Coming from using modern DSLR's this was much more difficult and involved more thought in every photo I took. I only had 24 shoots on my ASA 400 film roll. Every thing on the camera was mostly manual, the aperture, focus, and advancing the film. But not the shutter speed, luckily my Pentax Super ME camera has an auto mode so I did not have to worry about it even though I was familiar with its light metering system, and shooting fully manual film cameras. After I spent up my roll I sent it in to be developed at the Stroud Photo Shop and after a week I got my pictures and negatives back. I was very happy with my first roll the pictures came out great. I also got to use a flatbed scanner to scan in the negatives i case i wanted to print them out big.
Here is the best from my first roll