Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Instant Film: Reno

An all instant film blog with the Polaroid 450 Land Camera, Sun 660 with Impossible color protection film, and the Fujifilm Instax 210! Enjoy.

At the brewery parking lot:
8 4 6, Sparks, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/11/13 [Fujifilm Instax 210]
At the corporate parking lot:
Parking lot backhoe scraper blade, Reno, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/12/13 [Polaroid Automatic Land Camera 450: FP100C]
At the home parking lot:

Laser sailboat rests for the season, Reno, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/13/13 [Polaroid Sun 600: Impossible color protection]

Went to visit a former band mate in downtown Reno. This was such a long exposure for the 100 speed film. I tried three times to capture the wheel spinning in the back, but it must’ve been more than 1 second exposure. College Cyclery
College Cyclery tools, Reno, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/13/13 [Polaroid Automatic Land Camera 450: FP100C]
Had lunch at Nick’s Greek Deli. It was good. This was across the street. There should be some interesting Hasseblad shots from this day when I get to the negs.
Vacation Lodge, Reno, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/14/13 [Fujifilm Instax 210]
I had my reasons for returning to the brewery. It didn’t work as planned, but I did manage to transfer a pack of FP3000B from the Land Camera 100 into the Land Camera 450. For this first one, I inverted the peeled off negative.

There’s always room at the top
Ladder to the top, Sparks, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/15/13 [Polaroid Automatic Land Camera 450: FP3000B]

Chevy Wagon, Sparks, NV, Andrew D. Barron©2/15/13 [Polaroid Automatic Land Camera 450: FP3000B]

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