What do you get when you add some masking tape, a hand-rolled roll of Konica Pro 160, a bit of gaffer tape, and the plastic fantastic Debonair? Well… You get Sprockets!
Yes, I unboxed this little beauty in my PJ’s. Deal with it.
After several years of vacillating between wanting, but not having the money, and having the money, but not feeling worthy, my wallet and self esteem finally aligned and I pulled the trigger…
Thanks to my darling, adorable wife and my awesome Mom, when my birthday arrived, everything on my wish list had arrived and was sitting in boxes next to the door. One of the boxes held a couple of fun new toys from Lomography: the Diana Mini, and the LC-A Instant Back! More about the instant […]
After dealing with what I thought was something broken in the FG for two months, and after finally paying off some debts that had been hovering over us for awhile, and after doing a bunch of research, I bit the bullet and picked up another film SLR. Initially, I wanted to get a Nikon FM3a, […]
As mentioned previously (here, here, and here), the Pentax Espio 35-70 AF Zoom is a fully automatic camera. I’ve cursed some of its automation in those earlier articles, but if you make some peace with it, accept (and understand its limitations) and just shoot, you can make some pictures with it. In fact, I think […]
If you recall, a couple of weeks ago, I experimented a bit with scratching the a couple of bits of paint off of the film canister to change the DX codes and fool the Espio into thinking it was shooting 320 speed film, rather than the 100 that the Kentmere was originally coded at. I […]