Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Taken on a very foggy day, at the beach with a cardboard box pinhole camera I made. Just enough image to get the gist of it. That 'dot' a bit left of center is a couple walking along the coast.
UPDATE: Not a couple, but a man and his black lab walking along the coast.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
This camera is one of the easiest to shoot. It uses size 127 film, which is less common, but not difficult to find. There are zero settings, no "cloudy" vs. "sunny", no "near" vs. "far". Just point at the subject and click. And every time I use it I make a notation in my mini recorder (which later gets transcribed in my film logs) that it might be broken, because the 'clicker' feels so slow and like it's not 'catching' on anything. I note this in case after development I can't understand why the film came out blank or blurry. But each time, I get some decent shots on the roll. Here are some recent scans.
Sunday, June 21, 2015
When I scan my film, I usually scan several versions of a single frame. This, for example: original on the left, more neutral in the middle, and b/w on the right. Taken with a toy plastic Holga TLR camera, using Lomography's RedScale film.