Tag: expired film
Ansco Viking Readyset
A review of the 1952-59 Ansco Viking Readyset, a folding camera for 120 film. It’s a fun, easy-to-use folder with a simple but decent lens.
Hands in the Play-Doh
Our granddaughter playing with Play-Doh.
The lighthouse at Michigan City
The trip Margaret and I made to South Bend included a short jaunt over to Michigan City. Despite it being a chilly, windy day, we hit the beach at Lake Michigan and walked out to the lighthouse. Olympus XA and Kodak Tri-X 400, expired 6/2001, in HC-110, Dilution B.
Lake Michigan lifeguard stand on Kodak Plus-X
A study of a lifeguard stand on Lake Michigan.
Second Presbyterian Church on Kodak Plus-X
A study of the imposing Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis.
First roll impressions: Agfa Agfacolor Vista 400
I came into a couple rolls of the original Agfa-made Agfa Vista 400 film. Here are some frames from the first roll I shot.
Shooting GAF 125 (Ansco Versapan) black-and-white film
Crisp, clear images from film that’s 50 years old.
Very expired Kodacolor-X on 127 Day
Photos on very expired Kodacolor-X film from last 127 Day.
Sears Tower Flash 120
A review of the circa 1950 Sears Tower Flash 120, a box camera. It’s better than you’d expect.
single frame: Do not hit baseballs against the fence
Words on a fence: why are they there?
single frame: Second base
Second base at one of the Little League fields in Zionsville’s Lions Park.
Kodak Vericolor III on the Michigan Road
A drive up the Michigan Road, making photographs with expired color film.