Tag: Zionsville Indiana
Vivitar Series 1 500PZ
A review of the Vivitar Series 1 500PZ. It was a top-of-the-line camera for Vivitar in the 1990s.
Living near former State Road 334
A look at a bit of old Indiana highway near my home.
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.
First roll impressions: Reto Ultra Wide and Slim
The Reto Ultra Wide and Slim is fun to use. Here are images from my first roll through it.
single frame: Not-so-shining armor
A suit of armor, on Fomapan 200.
single frame: Jewel Box Jewelers
A dusk photo of a store window.
single frame: Outside seating at Auberge
A look at a restaurant’s patio in lovely light.
A review of the Minolta XD-11, a 35mm SLR developed in conjunction with Leitz. It’s smoooooth.
Fujicolor 200 in the Olympus Trip 35
Color photos from Hamilton and Boone Counties in Indiana from my Olympus Trip 35.
Shooting Lomography Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400
Various subjects with colors massively shifted, on Lomochrome Purple XR film.
single frame: Downtown Stonegate
A look at a fake downtown.
Brick Street Market
Photos from a street festival in Zionsville.