Thursday, October 01, 2009

Plastic Camera Skywatch

I've started developing B&W film at home. This image is from the first roll, exposed with my Acme W20 plastic camera, and developed with Diafine.

7 comments:

Guy D said...

I absolutely love it!

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

luna miranda said...

dramatic...

Dan said...

Wow, that's incredible!

BANJO52 said...

I've visited you before and now can't imagine why I didn't come back--often! This is a super-interesting site. I'll assume I may put you on my "Blogs I Follow" list.

Your comments about Pierce and Ostend might be triggering a near-future post of my own. We'll see. (In my only trip to Europe, we were stranded in Ostend, Belgium when the travel agent ran off with our money). I think we got back, eventually, but I might have developed a Belgian Zeitgeist or something. Does that show up in radiology? Is it as pretty as Franklin Pierce?

David C. said...

Thanks to all for the comments. Banjo, please feel free to become a follower. I'm following your blog.

I'd be very interested to read about Ostend.

I don't think anyone has reported seeing a Belgian zeitgeist on a CT scan. The Belgians considered selling zeitgeists at their 1964 World's Fair Pavilion, but opted for Bel-gem waffles instead.

bettyl said...

How wonderful and majestic! I envy those who can do that without digital alterations!

Rinkly Rimes said...

How great to do the whole thing from go to woah!

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