Tag: Ilford FP4 Plus
Camera shake and bellows pinholes aplenty
I shot a new-to-me old camera and it was kind of a disaster.
single frame: Trent
Meet a software engineer I used to work with, photographed on 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.
single frame: Harry & Izzy’s
Facade of an Indianapolis steakhouse.
Ilford FP4 Plus in Ilford ID-11
Some photos of Downtown Indianapolis on Ilford FP4 Plus, developed in Ilford ID-11.
single frame: Ilford FP4 Plus then and now
Comparing a new and old spool of Ilford FP4 Plus.
Sears Tower Flash 120
A review of the circa 1950 Sears Tower Flash 120, a box camera. It’s better than you’d expect.
Ansco Standard Speedex
A review of the 1950 Ansco Standard Speedex, a folding camera for 120 film. It’s fairly basic, but its lens delivers the goods.
Storefronts on Mass Ave
A walk along Indianapolis’s Massachusetts Avenue.
Canon Snappy 50
A review of the Canon Snappy 50, a 1982 point-and-shoot 35mm camera. It’s pretty darned good, especially for its day!
single frame: Power tower
A tower of power.
single frame: No Outlet
A sign I photograph a lot because it’s right by my home.