Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Indian Summer

Probably one of the last really warm days. Chris and I rode down to my favorite bike path in NYC as the sunset.

Chris saw something really cool in the distance and pointed at it to bring my attention to it. Seriously, that is exactly what happened when I took this photo...

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

How can we win, when fools can be kings?

Sepia film from the Impossible Project. It's actually Polaroid film repackaged and more expensive. Whatever. I don't know where else to get it.

Just in case there are actually any Polaroid nerds trolling this site (other than Chris) to make the Sepia film work, you need a camera that shoots black and white. Set your film speed to black and white (3000) and then move your "Lighten/Darken" knob down two notches towards "Lighter." This is because the Sepia film is 1500 ISO not 3000 like normal Black and White film.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Deadly Silver Shade

Silver Shade film from the Impossible Project for the SX-70. The film comes out of the camera still sensitive to light so you kind of have to let the film drop out of the camera and into a box. I think that's part of the reason why these are so faint, I actually brought them back a lot in post.

Sunday, November 14, 2010