Hi Folks -

OK, I got my pics back from Photoworks SF today. So it looks like about a weeks turnaround time.

First, some shots from the TLR (Yashicamat 124G). These were from a car show we had downtown. While I like the big square frame, I can see that composing is a bit challening in that there was a lot more to deal with from a composure standpoint. This camera has an 80mm lens, which is approximately equivalent to 40mm when speaking in terms of 35mm cameras.

I had hoped that the “Carrera” would have shown up better in this one...

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Best shot of the lot, IMO...

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Any read on what this is? I want to say it’s a Morris, or something...

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These were my foray into B/W film, specifically Kodak Tri-X. Very nice, indeed. I can see that I would benefit from some filter usage, to give the sky some color...

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What the hell is this thing? I seem to have a vague memory of something like this...

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Here’s some weird shit from the Holga (from the same car show). Two things happened here: 1) I had loaded it with some expired Lomography red film, and 2) I had it set for 16 exposure (6 x 4.5cm frame) but had the 6x6 (12 exposure) mask in....so I had all sorts of overlapping double exposure bullshit. Yet, there’s a weird oddness that I like about some of these, for some reason..

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I had a roll of ISO 800 Lomo film that I originally loaded into the TLR. As it has a max ISO of 400, I had the lab pull the film one stop, but the few pictures that came out were complete crap. Here’s probably the best one in the lot. I’m sure if I ever get more arty, I’ll go back to pulling fast Lomo film, but until then, I’ll be avoiding it.

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