how I spent the summer of '31

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    James, yes it's a paper neg
     
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    Very authentic looking for the time period it boasts! :thumbup:
     
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    its from that piece of crap camera I cobbled together couple of days ago. Polaroid 250 frame and a polaroid 95 lens and shutter 3x4 back. I'm trying to figure out today if I need to relens it with something else. I have a studio shot on paper to look at then I can decide if it's sharp enough to waste a bit of film on.

    It takes a full 4x5 sheet to cut down to one of these.

    I took out six exposures and shot them all.. I developed them and decided at least four i should not have shot. Just finishing off what I had. Now that is a waste.
     

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