Kodak Porta: abstractions

Ok. Enough photobooks, lets look at some pictures.

After a year or so of shooting film almost exclusively, my stock of 35mm film was starting to run low. I had a couple of rolls each of discontinued stocks (Rollei Digibase CN 200 and the Kono Kilorit 400), plus one each of readily available Kodak Porta 160 & 400, and Lomography Color 100. I sorta mentally flipped a coin and decided on shooting through the Portas first, since they both annoy me a bit with their tendency to warp across the width, which makes them a total pain to scan.

It took a month or so, but I shot through them both, and so this week I’ll finally get back to sharing some actual pictures. Today, as the title suggests, it’s Abstract pictures.

With this one, I was trying to get something like a Marilyn Minter thing going. It didn’t quite work, but I sorta like this picture anyway.

And the one up top was… I’m not sure what that was to be honest. Oh well, I like it anyway.

With those two out of the way, we can get to some identifiable subjects/scenes tomorrow and Friday.

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