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 Center
660 Autofocus / Impossible PX680 Color Protection
FOSTER STR -013013
Polaroid SX70 / Impossible PX680 with ND filter
Posting – 013113
Polaroid SX70 / Impossible PX 680 with ND filter
Impulse Autofocus / Impossible PX680 Color Protection
Spectra / Impossible PZ Silver Shade
Impulse Autofocus / Impossible PX680
I used to have a letterbox hidden here, but whoever maintains the cemetery removed the bush that was hiding it.
Arminta – 1/19/13
aka “Minty,” she's a full sister to our Sebastian and Noah and is named after my great grandmother
Resolution – 1/20/13
Sun 660 Autofocus / PX680 Color Protection
I have a long history with this bicycle. I bought it new in high school after an unfortunate crash totaled my old bike. Though replaced by lighter, more modern bikes, it still lives on as a trainer.
New tires mean I need to spin it up more.
River I – 1/18/13
Polaroid Sun 660 Autofocus / Impossible PX680 Color Protection
River II – 1/18/13
Polaroid Automatic 230 / Fuji FP100c
Friday brought the chance to compare formats and films. These were both taken moments apart, same location. Neither has been post-processed. It's a nice comparison between the two cameras and films.