Finishing up some newly redesigned pinhole cameras for the final(?) project in my Seven Pictures a Day series.
This was a test for a project that is in the planning stages. I turned my living room into studio space for a few moments while I tested out filling the space with a pile of index cards – my way of sketching in real time. Now that I have a sense of size and space I can move forward – super psyched!
So, so excited to use this camera in an upcoming project. These are color test shots for a series of photos I’ll be starting soon – my first venture into color film (which I’ll be trying to develop in my trusty home darkroom [which doubles as my bathroom]).
This is a Nikon L35AF, a fully automatic 35mm film camera that hearkens back to the glorious 80s. So many things new I’ll be trying in this next project!
These were just a few of the results from some color test shots. I came upon the Bencini Koroll II and fell in love with its split frame capabilities – not for the split frame itself but because it quite literally gives me twice the number of images from a single roll of film. This is important and practical when you are intending on making 441 pictures total, which can get expensive on 120 film…
I used this camera (though not this film – I ended up opting for b&w) for my nearly-completed Seven Pictures a Day, Version Two project.