The viewfinder graphics are a screen grab from the amazing Photography in Malaysia site.
Goober contemplates the snow.
Second roll – expired Kodak T-MAX 400.
St. Valentine’s Day bouquet.
Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia 100F.
One of M’s pots.
Old timers tell me they used to be able to skate on the pond.
Hogging the bed.
Deflating balloon. Not all of the colors did this.
The “Phound Photos” post for this camera: http://exit272.com/?p=4897
This is what I meant in the video. Down low = “Hey, whatcha got?”
Ristra at the Santa Fe Convention Center.
Sculpture at the Santa Fe Convention Center.
Poor Jem with his eyes blown out by the flash.
The site with the lens construction info:
The manual is under Manuals & Ephemera.
I’ll do a separate post about the failed 1st roll. I ended up having some fun with it.
Jem – gray and orange always go together.
A new (to us) stray in the neighborhood. King Tux. Those are some honkin’ toe beans.
Central Ave. in Albuquerque.
Old firetrucks and wreckers.
I couldn’t decide so here’s a cropped version too.
In the above two images, I like the barbed wire and fence receding into the distance in the first one. I also like the focus on the vehicles in the second one.
I got up too late to get pristine snow but it’s still pretty.
Red picnic table at the Camel Rock Valero.
The background colors were “meh” and there were some weird red flares on the wall so I desaturated everything but the table.
Nikon still has the manual here.
A photo that was on the SD card when I got the camera.
The previous owner had a lot of bird images.
I’ll do a separate “Phound Photos” post. The card had images from 14 Dec 2012 to 11 Jul 2013.
McPigeons in Bernalillo, NM.
Storm over the Jemez Mountains.
Not a scene mode but it has settings for B&W, sepia, cyanotype, & vivid.
Doorbell & shadow.
Not much to show. The rest of the not-too-destroyed-by-light-leaks images are in the video.
Snowstorm over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Gnarly tree. I think this is respooled film light leaks and not broken plastic.
I forgot to add it has the standard lighten/darken control around the light sensor.
Only seven images including the ones in the video. I used three testing another camera.
Part of it is in focus but the wind was whipping the bush.
Nice colors on a gloomy day.