At this rate I may collect the whole set. This is another awesome camera.
The next two photos and the ones at the end of the video were shot with the Series E 50mm f/1.8 lens on expired Fujicolor Super HQ 100 film.
My sweetie with the dragon kite.
The next photos were shot using a Tokina AT-X 28-85mm zoom I got on a Nikon FE. It’s not super bright, f/3.5-4.5, but it’s not a bad walking around lens and the macro is pretty good. From what I could find on line, close focus is 1.5 feet at 28mm. Seems about right — I didn’t biff too many flower shots. Film is a 12 exposure roll of expired Kodak Gold 200.
Flowers by the house. Macro is tough on a windy day.
I can’t mow the yard. Look at all the daisies!
I’ll have to try this shot again. I almost captured the melancholy mood.
Shot for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, 26 April 2015.
Expired Kodak 400 film processed and scanned by my good friends at The Camera Shop Of Santa Fe.
I didn’t think to factor in the short lens to film plane distance so the image circle doesn’t cover the 35mm film frame.
The image I submitted:
Teepees in Taos.
Some more from the second roll (also expired Kodak 400).
Looking up through a gnarly tree in Taos.
The vignetting is nice with the flowers.
Interesting effect shooting into the sun.
The next three were taken at the Classical Gas Museum in Embudo, NM.
Long before I was a veg, I loved the patty melt at Vip’s Big Boy in Santa Fe. Big Boy is a little creepy.
I didn’t end up using the digital camera (Canon 60D) as much as I thought I would. Most of the shots with the Bell+Howell, I winged it.
The conversion was pretty straightforward — The metal pinhole from the cardboard camera from last year taped to a T-mount lens adapter for the Canon. I only used the needle to make sure the hole was clear and clean of cat hair.
The bits, minus the tape. Lens adapter, pinhole, and plastic from a Fuji Polaroid film pack.
Fully assembled “lens”.
Mounted and ready to roll.
My favorite shot from the Canon. I think the pinhole is larger than necessary so the kit will give something to a kid using the Ridley camera.
Cow skull at a museum on NM 64.