Olympus 35DC, Fujicolor Superia X-tra 800. Eilat, 2017.
The juxtaposition of people and mannequins is quite a popular trope. After all, there’s a lot of symbolism as well as parallelism when you put a real person next to a plastic human-shape object. We’ve seen it many times in many…
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On Judgement Day (Yom Kippur). Olympus 35DC
Well, this is it. My 100 ft roll of Kodak Tri-X is over.
As it was my first time rolling film myself I wanted to write down some points for the future based on the experience.
always remember to put the cassette case on the spool before…
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As I’ve mentioned already here or on social media, I’ve got myself a 100 ft roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 and now all of my 35mm cameras – which is not many – are loaded with it. Before the latest batch, the results were so-so to my taste. A puzzling mixture of failed…
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Living by the sea was never my dream or goal, it just happened that we live on the coast. That’s why, I guess, we don’t go there very often. But once in a while, it is so relaxing and calming to come and enjoy the sound of waves and the view of the mountains lit by the setting sun….
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Olympus 35DC, Kodak Tri-X 400
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One of my colleagues, having seen me with a film camera, brought his old Nikon F65 and gave me as a present. In a camera bag, I found an unexposed roll of Lucky film and decided to test the camera with this roll. As it hasn’t been refrigerated for a long time I expected it to be something…
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