Tag: Lomography Color Tiger
single frame: Turquoise truck
A turquoise GMC truck.
single frame: Standing on the Shepard Bridge
A photo (on 110 film!) of my wife on a 1913 stone bridge in Ripley County, Indiana.
Operation Thin the Herd: Minolta Autopak 470
I had a disappointing time with my Minolta Autopak 470, which has previously performed as brilliantly as any 110 camera can.
Operation Thin the Herd: Rollei A110
My tiny Rollei A110, which takes 110 film, gets its turn in Operation Thin the Herd.
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Minolta Autopak 470
I’m not a huge fan of 110 film and cameras, not since my deep disappointment over the lo-fi images from my once-in-a-lifetime all-summer trip to Germany in the 1980s. I shot a $15 Keystone 110 camera with a plastic lens. It was all I could afford; paying for the trip had tapped us out. And…
Leave it to the Germans to build the ultimate over-engineered camera for the world’s crappiest film format. And good heavens, is 110 film ever crappy. Kodak had to develop an entirely new film technology just so that the tiny 13mm x 17mm frames on the negatives could yield usable images. And then camera companies worldwide…