FPP Plastic Filmtastic Debonair – week 39 results

The Plastic Filmtastic is a nice, light toy camera. The shutter is easy to fire with a nice click, and it lends itself easily to artistic double exposures. I was impressed with the performance of my old roll of Lomography CN400. I left the film edge with identifying marks in some of my images. I… Continue reading FPP Plastic Filmtastic Debonair – week 39 results

Week 39 – FPP Plastic Filmtastic 120

  This week I felt like a toy camera, yet something large. I chose the Film Photography Project's 'Plastic Filmtastic 120.' According to the folks at FPP, this camera was made in an unknown factory overseas years ago and was recently discovered in a warehouse in upstate New York. It has a 60mm f8 plastic… Continue reading Week 39 – FPP Plastic Filmtastic 120

Week 38 – Polaroid SX-70 Model 2

In 1972, Edwin Land and his Polaroid Corporation introduced a revolutionary camera. The SX70 was potentially the iPod of its time, a whole new way of doing things. A press of the button produced a color image with no photo lab, no timing, no cracking and peeling. The picture simply happened automatically. It wasn't cheap,… Continue reading Week 38 – Polaroid SX-70 Model 2

What were you thinking?

Coming up on today's episode of What Were You Thinking? EMS Edition: A dispatcher confuses the medic crews, A diabetic takes his insulin and goes out for the day without eating, Texting and driving almost kills a man, A coworker loses his temper, And I make a poor first impression. Stay tuned!