Tag: Olympus XA2
Shooting Kodak ProImage 100
I shot a couple rolls of Kodak ProImage 100 to see whether I liked it. The results:
Shooting Lomography Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400
Various subjects with colors massively shifted, on Lomochrome Purple XR film.
single frame: The Stamp Shop
A shot up a sidewalk on Indy’s Mass Ave.
Arista EDU 200 at EI 125
On advice, I shot Arista EDU 200 at EI 125 — and got way better results than before.
Updated review: Olympus XA2
I’ve heavily revised my review of the brilliant Olympus XA2, a 35mm camera.
single frame: United States Court House and Post Office
Ultrafine Xtreme 100 in the Olympus XA2
My last go-round with Ultrafine Xtreme 100 in my Olympus XA2 went badly. You can see some of the photos here. I have no idea what went wrong. I wanted to take a compact film camera along on the trip my wife and I made to New Harmony in July. The XA2 was handy and,…
Industry, agriculture, literature, justice
Photos of four statues at the Birch Bayh Federal Building and Courthouse in Indianapolis.
More 35mm color negative work from the CanoScan 9000F MkII and ScanGear
More tests scanning color negatives on my Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II.
Another Olympus XA2
I was gifted an Olympus XA2, so I put some film through it.
When testing a camera, let the camera be the only unknown
When testing a new-to-you old camera, make the camera be the only unknown — a lesson I keep learning the hard way.
The Olympus XA2 is a wonderful zone-focus 35mm camera that slips into your back pocket. This is my review.