The following photos were shot on a Kodak No. 2 Folding camera from 1917. The camera shoots 6×9 negatives on medium format film. Downtown Central Park Arbor Eclipse Shadows After Irma
In the summer of 1997, a small charter vessel was caught in a violent storm that sprung up out of nowhere. Before there was even time to put out a mayday signal, lightning struck the ship and fried the emergency radio. The little boat was a mere speck in the midst of mountainous waves withContinue reading “OUR HOPE THROUGH THE STORM”
What is a Godly man to do when beset upon all sides by logic, science, and the facts of reality? The Bible says to guard your mind and flee. CLOSE YOUR MIND AND FLEE! “Deliver me, O, Lord into the comforting arms of the fallacies of thine true word, that I may live my lifeContinue reading “The Godly Man’s Response to Science”
35mm film camera equipped with autofocus, automatic flash and a 34mm Olympus Lens. There are no manual controls except for a “fill-in” option for the flash. The first roll I’m shooting is what I believe to be a rebranded Ferrania 200 labelled as “Winn-Dixie.” It’s probably super expired. We’ll see how it turns out.
A few shots of the eclipse.
1. Don’t Stare Directly at the Dark Side of the Moon Most sunlight is blocked by the moon, but some particles still make it through. They’re normally harmless, but on their journey through the core of the Moon, they pick up harmful Micrions and become charged with Frenetistatic Energy. It’s very dangerous, so avoid itContinue reading “3 Simple Steps to Avoid Eclipse Madness”
This camera dates from around 1917. To test it, I shot a roll of Kodak Ektar 100 medium format film. It shoots 6×9 negatives. Being nearly a 100 year old camera, I had my doubts whether the image quality would be anywhere close to decent. They did not all come out great, but I wasContinue reading “Kodak No. 2 Folding Cartridge Hawk-Eye”
I finally got a couple rolls of film that I shot on my Canon A35F (seen above) back from the lab. The camera is a fully automatic (other than focus, which is manual) rangefinder from 1978. It also has a pop up flash! ⚡️ Below are some of my favorite images from the two rolls. Continue reading “Canon A35F”