I got back my first rolls of film taken with my new/old Minolta Hi-Matic AF. I’m surprised and happy with how they turned out. The developer (Blacks, expensive and not so good) forgot to make copies of both rolls on the CD so there are only the redscale photos shown here. Jeff Wyonch (on Flickr) … Continue reading Redscale Film + Minolta Hi-Matic AF
Go outside, to the fields, enjoy nature and the sunshine, go out and try to recapture happiness in yourself and in God. Think of all the beauty that’s still left in and around you and be happy! Anne Frank - Wikiquote
F1000001: taken using a Minolta Hi-Matic AF with Lomography’s Redscale film. microsites.lomography.com/redscalefilm/
There is a house in Leslieville that is covered with dolls, stuffed animals and toys. It is creepy at night. Google Street View Flickr Set These were taken while holding an “Aux. Wideangle lens for Minolta Talker” in the front of the 20mm GF-1 lens. There are more pictures taken with this lens on Flickr here: Wide … Continue reading Creepy Dollhouse in Leslieville
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Photo Favourites: Airplane wing (by Stephen Boyd)
This weekend I received a gift of a 1979 Minolta Hi-Matic AF camera. It was picked up for $10 at the Value Village in Leslieville, Toronto. I bought some Fuji Superia 400 film right away and started trying it out. So far I really like it. I haven’t used a film camera in over ten … Continue reading New (old) camera – 1979 Minolta Hi-Matic AF
I see this all the time at work. cleversimon: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. (Why yes, it’s been a lovely week at work, thanks for asking.)
Move your mouse to make black ovals.Leave the mouse alone for a few seconds to make white ovals. Click to restart.NB. This might/probably won’t work unless you’re using a newish browser like Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc… Images: Big thank you to sketchpad for their site.