Showing posts with label 35mm film. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 35mm film. Show all posts

Sep 6, 2019

Film Photo Friday No. 14: The Sky's Done Fried

The summer swelter makes one wonder why the sky hasn't turned from cool blue to a flaming red.

Shot on a Lomo LC-A using a bit of somewhat exposed Fuji Superia 400 35mm film.

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Aug 16, 2019

Film Photo Friday No. 11: Pink Petals No. 1


Summer blooms and slight light leaks. In a world that can be hectic, sparing a moment to give the former a whiff can be seconds of bliss. The latter happens for a myriad of reasons older film camera.

Shot on a late 70s model of the Ukrainian built FED 5 (ФЭД 535mm camera using Fuji Color 200 film.
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Aug 9, 2019

Film Photo Friday No. 10: El Rauncho

Their breakfast at this place was one of the legendary cheap "hangover cures" in the area. That was ages ago as the place has been long gone for a while now. How was the rest of their food? I never knew but figured there was more than just one reason why it was always (semi-lovingly) referred to as the El Rauncho.

Shot on a Holga 135BC using Kodak Vision3 100t film.

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Aug 2, 2019

Film Photo Friday No. 9: I Got Your Number

A song about finding a number written on a bathroom wall. Oh, there's many of them. You can hum your favorite one of the sort if you wish while looking at this Film Photo Friday choice.

Shot on a Lomo LCA using Agfa Vista Plus 400 film.

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Jul 12, 2019

Film Photo Friday No. 6: Light Station No 1

"What is there to see? What is there to do?"
"Have you ever seen the lighthouse?"

Yeah, that is a common conversation with people that visit my hometown. I've even seen it in altered states of reality.

A multiple exposure shot on a Lomography DianaMini using Kodak Gold 200 35mm film.

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Jun 14, 2019

Film Photo Friday No. 2: Embalm the ashes of the past and rise anew

The metal sculptures that dotted the parkway riverwalk in this town are now gone and have been replaced with different ones. One wonders where this Phoenix now is in the sun.

Shot on a Lomography Diana Mini using Kodak Gold 200 35mm film.


No post effects or filters applied. What you see is what the camera captured. Nothing more or nothing less.
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