This isn’t a great photo but it may be a great story. Obviously, it’s a begging sign, for want of a better term, but why wasn’t it finished? Was it abandoned for better cardboard? Did they have to flee? Did they get a ride? Did a magnanimous millionaire decide today is the day? We’ll probably never know.
28mm, auto everything-but-focus mode.
28mm. Not having experience with the metering, I underexposed the musician.
Another story. The little guy had moved his bone beyond the reach of his chain. We moved it closer for him.
Aspen Vista in the fall — it doesn’t get any better. Canon 35-70 f/4 zoom.
Still waiting. I got the order from Amazon (some other seller but “fulfilled by Amazon”). Instead of APS film, I got a plastic APS film library holder thing. The order was entered correctly; they just didn’t ship film. I wonder if they actually have any film or if it’s a scam to use people’s money for a while. The refund doesn’t process until the returned item is received. Lame.
I ended up ordering some Fuji APS through Amazon. FPP is reliable but a little more expensive. I’m still in the experimental phase with this camera so I’m going cheap for now. Ultrafine advertises a lot more variety, even Kodak B&W APS, but when you get to checkout there’s an extra charge of $8.95 for “insurance/handling fee”.
A padded envelope doesn’t cost much and “insurance”? I’m buying extinct and expired film for $5 a roll — what is there to insure?