Tagged: Project 365

A week without photos 2.14.13

I have almost no photos this week, but not for lack of trying. I’ve been shooting an old pack of film in a newly acquired Spectra Pro, and the results are unpublishable. I’m not sure if it’s the camera or the film. I will have to do some testing.

In any event, yesterday I took my trusty 660 Autofocus and a fresh pack of PX680 Color Protection to work.

Downtown Medical
Downtown Medical Center
660 Autofocus / Impossible PX680 Color Protection

The week in review 2.9.13


Impulse Autofocus / Impossible PX680 CP

Retired - 020213

Automatic 250 / FP100c

Horizontal - 020313

Impulse Autofocus / Impossible PX680 CP

WOW! Closed - 020413

WOW! Closed.
Automatic 250 / FP100c
There’s just something about Salisbury Beach in the winter.


Knox Box
Spectra / PZ680
Hand-held long exposure


Spectra / PZ680
Here she is, the source of my angst this week, sporting a freshly shaved spot from her recent vet visit. Jazzy is hard to photograph; as soon as you point a camera at her she charges at you for attention.


Feed me!
Automatic 250 / FP100c / electronic flash

Zen blizzard - 020813

Zen blizzard
Automatic 250 / FP100c
The snow begins in the Zen Garden at Union Hospital


Automatic 250 / FP100c / Vivitar 91 flash
I spent the blizzard at the station. Guess what? It snowed.

High Rock – 010813

High Rock - 010813
High Rock – 1/8/13

SX-70 Series 2 / Impossible PX70 Color Protection

I haven’t had the best of luck with my folding SX70. It’s a cool camera and I want to like it, but I haven’t quite worked out the exposure yet. The rest of today’s shots were overexposed to the point of being ruined. Perhaps another attempt tomorrow.

Mos Eisley Medical Center – Impossible 365 – 010313

Mos Eisley Medical Center

Mos Eisley Medical Center, 1/3/13

This hospital always looks to me like it belongs in a Star Wars scene.  I envision these towers staffed with Jawas and medical droids all busily caring for patients.

Polaroid Time Zero One Step / Impossible PX70 Color Protection. Developed in a jacket pocket as temperatures were ~15F.