126 Day is a day to celebrate 126 format film and cameras that happens 3 times per year: January 26 (1/26), June 12 (12/6), and December 6 (12/6). I missed 12/6/2021 (and 12 June, 2021, and many prior), and when I remembered, I quickly loaded some Foma 200 into an old Kodacolor II cassette to …
Category Archives: Photography
Denver (and after) Duochrome
Just when you thought I was done with the Denver pictures, here I am, back with some more random garbage. Apologies. This really will be the last, until shortly after I get back there anyway.
The Last Ward
Well, all good things must, one day, come to an end… As for less-than-good things… well, some things just can’t end soon enough. The Wardflex, a mid-1950s twin lens reflex camera that I acquired in a grab bag from my dad back in 2020 is one such thing.
A Walk in the Park
Don’t read too much into the title… It really is just a walk in the park.
Panoramic Park Views
I love the little Minolta Freedom Vista (Riva Panorama) camera I scored in a $50 grab bag from Dad last year. I don’t always have a roll of film in it, but I should…
Grapevine Lake & Other Bad Photos
After finding all the overlapping in the last half roll of Lomo Berlin Kino that I shot for Holga Week, I wondered if film thickness was to blame. Berlin Kino is perhaps 2% thicker than normal film and maybe the camera got fooled somehow? I somehow didn’t think to check the first test rolls for …
Mom’s Flowers & Scenes from the Road (Trip)
Well, after four or five—six—weeks of pictures from the trip to Denver with Mom, I’m left with a few packs of Polaroid: a pack of Black & White SX-70 and one of Color SX-70 from Mom’s, and a pack of 600 Color from Mom’s and (mostly) Kansas. Enjoy!