Posts Tagged ‘120’

American Analog: Scanning cross processed film

I’m broke these days, still on the hunt for a new job, which means I never have the scratch to use on film. So I’m finally learning how to scan my own film. It’s working pretty well so far, especially for black and white negatives, but working with colors is tricky… especially when using experimental […]

American Analog: Astronautilus

After posting last week’s batch of iPhone shots from the Astronautilus show, as well as my first batch of shots from my new Belair camera, I wanted to follow up with these shots. Both of these shots, from Astro‘s birthday show at The Elbo Room, were taken on 800 color negative with my new Belair.

Journey Into Analog: Belair 120

Just got my first shots from my new Belair camera by Lomography. The Belair is a 120 film camera that can shoot 6X6, 6X9, or 6X12 frames. It also features interchangeable lenses and an auto-exposure. At the bottom of this post I’ll post a little mini-review.

Journey Into Analog: They Might Be Giants

The Giants won the series and our neighborhood went nuts. I’ve shared some epic iPhone shots and Lightt videos from the rioting, but I also wanted to share some of the film shots from that night too. The 35mmm shots are all from the first hour of celebrating… then I went back out with my […]

American Analog: Muir meets Diana

Finally got a chance to visit Muir Woods with some friends. I’ve never had much luck shooting nature scenes, so I thought I’d shake things up a little bit and shoot the trip with a Diana F+ and some of Lomo’s 400 ISO film. 120 film usually yields 12 shots per roll, but I decided […]