polaroid packfilm test

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    shot with a polaroid pack film that was converted to 120 roll film. shot indoors existing light. Way to slow for this camera.[​IMG]
     
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    Looks a little soft, but you did get a passable image.

    And how does one convert pack film to roll? Yer confusin' me.... :p
     
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    one grafts a graflex roll film holder to the back after one strips the rollfilm holder enough so that the infinity focus isnt changed too much. I will post a shot outside where the camera didn't have the slow shutter speed problem I am working on that image now.
     
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    I'd like to see!
     
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    I just need a couple of vintage cars now and im john dillinger material[​IMG]
     
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    forgot shot through a window glass
     
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    Now that is a very cool image - sepia tone and everything add to that vintage look. :thumbup: Nice one!
     
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    okay now this is hand colored but it isnt garish darn it.[​IMG]
     
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    :lol:

    :p Garish is as garish does, Mister.
     
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    And what was it you used to say about the chocolates mama
     
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    So do you like the manequin's color better now.
     

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