I used to be in the habit of shooting 3 frames into the palm of my hand when loading film. A while ago I started shooting as soon as the film was loaded to see what would turn out. This was one of those weird leader shots before the film took.
Dwayne’s Photo would like to remind the world that December 30th, 2010 is the last day of processing for all types of Kodachrome film. Any film that isn’t in their lab by noon that day will be returned undeveloped. If you’re in Europe, Kodak will accept prepaid Kodachrome film pouches until November 30th and forward them to Dwayne’s at no charge.
The elderly Kodachrome developing system will be dismantled after the final run, although Dwayne’s will remain open to process all types of modern C-41 compatible film.
[via retrothing ]
Another city shot taken with my Jazz 207 Jelly camera. It’s rapidly becoming my favorite toy camera. Again.
And, my original Jazz post is now #3 on Google searches for “Jazz Jelly”!
Shot with a Jazz Jelly 207, fairly high-tech as plastic cameras go. Integral lens cover, built-in flash, small enough to fit in your pocket. Classic plastic wide-angle lensed-goodness, fixed shutter speed. Shoot ISO 200 speed film outdoors. Flash is good for 10 feet if you’re lucky (and shooting ISO 400 speed film).
This roll came out with a Matrix-like green cast.