27 March 2014

Impossible Project PX600 Black Frame - Mint Close Up Lens - Photography Still Life 2

Following up my post from Monday, here are a few more shots using the Mint Close-Up Lens in tandem with a pack of Impossible Projects PX600 Black Frame film. No real theme this time, just a few things from around the house. Enjoy. 

24 March 2014

Impossible Project PX600 Black Frame - Photography Still Life

Yesterday afternoon I decided to get out my SX70 Sonar and an older pack of Impossible's PX600 Black Frame that I had sitting in the fridge so that I could play around a little more with the Close-up Lens from the  Mint Lens Set for SX70. I shot an entire pack, but for today I will just be sharing these three photos that are kind of related in content. I have to say, the close-up lens really does open up some new shoot opportunities and I'm really enjoying that particular lens attachment for still life. More images coming soon... Enjoy. 

19 March 2014

Expired Polaroid ID Ultraviolet Film - Polaroid 250 - Marblehead Lighthouse

On Monday, my wife and I headed out of town and up to Marblehead (just outside of Sandusky) to avoid the insanity of Cleveland St. Paddy's day and to celebrate my birthday on the down low. Here's one of the only instant photos that I took that day - the Marblehead lighthouse on expired Polaroid ID UV film with a Polaroid 250. Enjoy. 

18 March 2014

Impossible Color Film For SX70 - Still Life

A couple weeks back, I shared a photo that I shot with a model using Impossible's new Color Film for SX70 (seen here) - And today, I thought I'd share some still life set ups from the remainder of that pack of film that I took this weekend. With these photos, I really wanted to see what kind of color I could eek out of this newest formula since I haven't shot with it much. I was really pleased with some of the results that I got. 

I should also point out that all of these images were shot using the new Mint Lens Set for SX70 - a neat little attachment that allows you to use different lenses/filters on your SX70. The full set consists of the lens holder, the Full-Frame Fisheye lens, Yellow Filter K2, Blue Filter 80B, a Neutral Density filter and the Close-Up Lens. While I haven't played with all of the different filters yet, I am very much enjoying the Close-up Lens (which is what I used on all three of these images). It's really opened up a new world of possibilities by allowing me to fill the frame in situations that I never would have been able to before (unless of course I purchased the old, harder to find, more expensive SX70 accessory kit and close up lens attachment). Over my next few packs of film, I hope to get the chance to work with a few of the other filters as well and post a little more about the Mint Lens Set and some of the things that I like and don't like about it. Stay tuned. 

03 March 2014

Fuji FP-3000 B45 - Graflex Crown Graphic - Hillary

Last week I shared two different posts (here & here) of different instant photos that I shot with Hillary. The first was some of the new Impossible Color Film for SX70 and the second some expired Polaroid Type 57 large format film. Today I have my last instant photo from this session to share, one of my favorite films that I will miss greatly when I run out - Fuji FP-3000 B45. Enjoy.