Lomo Earl Grey ISO 100. Processed in Diafine and scanned on the Canon 9000f at 4800 DPI. A little fuzz cleanup in Photoshop and minor level tweaks on a couple. Resized to 20% for upload.
Stuck my arm out the window as I passed Black Mesa.
Through the car window shot of the Sangre De Cristos.
Goober grooming in a shaft of light.
Kind of a fun camera. I’ll try not to butcher it when I convert it into a pinhole camera so I can put it back together.
I usually have a camera with me but not always. I probably wouldn’t have walked back to the car to get a camera for the transformer warning label. I didn’t have to — I had my phone. I have a huge collection of fails and random, funny stuff because of my phone.
At the burlesque show, photography wasn’t allowed (always respect no-photography rules unless it’s some politician doing a perp-walk). At the end they said, “What the heck”, and all of the performers posed for the audience. I didn’t take a camera into the show but waddayaknow, I had my phone.
The Photojojo lenses are fun but not as handy as the phone. I have started keeping them in the glove compartment.
Photojojo fisheye — It’s Jem the cat, not a wombat.
Warning label on a transformer.
Photojojo wide-angle. Center Market in Española, NM.
Photojojo macro. A plant in our yard. Razor thin depth of field.
Some grain from the old Kodak 400 film but not bad. Processed in Unicolor C-41 and scanned on the Canoscan 9000f at 4800DPI. Slight color tweaks and resized for upload.
The last big snow of the season?
Wagon wheel at a motel on Cerrillos Road.
Tattoo space for rent.
Black Mesa silhouette.
I still have trouble maintaining proper temperature but color processing is getting a little easier.
Seriously expired (2006) Kodak Max 400. Processed with Unicolor C-41 kit.
Goober wondering what I’m doing.
Snowman on our street.
That’s enough. Time for hot chocolate!