Category: Film

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Lomography Fisheye Camera

Getting weird and wacky with the Lomography Camera with some Lomo 800 film in Graz, Austria. I picked up the Lomo Fisheye Camera at the local flee market…

It’s 1986 Duran Duran and a Pentax

Pentax Zoom 70 – The world’s first zoom compact camera which entered the market while Duran Duran were on the Top of the Pops with their hit song Notorious….

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The Redscale Funk Film

Redscale is where color film is exposed to the light cheekily from the backside of the film instead of normally from the front. I hope that wasn’t too rude for you.

A broken camera with a wind of its own

A fully functioning automatic camera for one euro!  Get this, it even had film inside. A broken camera with a wind of its own! I was about to lose all hope when I saw the developed negatives

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Lomography and Pinhole on steroids

The chocolates maybe gone but the pleasure is certainly not. At first I wouldn’t have thought I’d be having so much enjoyment with a homemade camera. See the results from the multiple aperture pinhole camera.

Multiple Aperture Pinhole Construction

How-to: The Chocolate Box Pinhole Camera

The real joy of pinhole is surely in the making, the playing and the learning from the results. This is a how-to guide to make your own multiple aperture camera.

Pinhole Conversion – Dacora Dignette 1962

What to do with this broken retro camera called the Dignette ? Pinhole madness with a 35mm camera fit for the scrap heap.

The Kodak Brownie Cresta 1955

The Bakelite Brownie Box otherwise known as the “The Kodak Brownie Cresta”. Kodak enjoyed using the moniker “Brownie” to sell their wares as long as possible. Of course…

Kodak Colorplus Film under $5

How can a small little camera bought for € 4 produce anything of merit ? Well I’m glad to say and believe it  can certainly deliver. A solid…