Took a little trip out to the CA High Desert last week, and shot some new film. Its Konica SR-G160 that I bought in 100 ft rolls and load into cartridges myself. Here’s a video I made about bulk loading 35mm film:
Enough of that, lets get to the photos!! These were shot on a Canon AE-1 w/ 50mm f/1.4, and I used a prism filter for a couple.
Subject: That old car you pass by every day in your neighborhood, the one you wish you could restore and never stop driving. My example(and inspiration) for this contest is this old Chevy van conversion with a flatbed on the back…
Cameras dont get much more basic than this… The Vivitar PN2011 is a simple point and shoot camera that gained some popularity due to the fact that there are a few modifications that can be done to it including multiple exposures and bulb mode. (More Info Here)
Last week while I was out in Las Vegas, I took a little detour out to the Hoover Dam. I hadn’t been since I was a kid, and since then they have built the huge suspension bridge that towers over the dam. This little point and shoot produces much sharper images than I had expected.
The XA3 is almost identical to the XA2, except that it can read DX coding on film cartridges, and there is a Backlight Compensation feature(and maybe a few other differences that aren’t quite as obvious. Here’s some photos I took this week in Las Vegas while out here for work.