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Findings Market Shot w/ Pentax K1000

A couple weeks ago a couple friends of mine were selling at Findings Market in Santa Barbara. It was a great collection of local artists and makers. I had a Pentax K1000 with me so I decided to snap some photos of the event. Find info about their next event here! Camera: Pentax K1000 Film: Rite Aid 200iso Expired Film

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Contax 167MT - California Central Coast

These photos were shot between Santa Barbara and Santa Maria, CA. I grew up in a similar region to this here in California, and have always loved these old oak trees. I knew I was going to be driving up that direction so I allotted a little extra time to stop and take a few photographs (something we should all do a bit more of...) The Contax 167MT is an SLR with aperture priority metering and shutter speed up to 1/4000th. It was made by Kyocera for Contax and I love it because it feels like a fancy version of the Canon T70 which is one of my all time favorite cameras... The house is the "Enos House" in Santa...

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Surfing w/ Derek and Pia - Sea & Sea Underwater 35mm Camera

This is a fun little point and shoot underwater camera.  It has a manual aperture setting, and automatic shutter speed.  These were shot very late in the day on a very foggy day, so light was limited, and alot of the photos came out a little blurry due to a longer shutter speed. I cant wait to take this thing out on a sunny day and really see what it can do! Camera: Sea And Sea Underwater Film: Rite Aid 400 iso

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Lomography Fisheye - Print Exchange Ventura 3-2-17

On the first Thursday we do a print exchange here in Ventura. Its super laid back, and everyone basically just trades their prints with each other... and if people don't have prints to trade, they will buy you a beer if they're interested in one of your prints(Added bonus).  The Lomo Fisheye is the perfect camera for shooting a fun little party or anything like this.  The only tip I can give you, is get a little closer than you think you need to, this fisheye is super wide(as it should be) but the viewfinder doesn't give you any idea of how wide it actually is. If you're ever in the Ventura, CA area on the 1st Thursday of the...

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Found Film - Dec 2016

Very often on my camera hunts, I come across cameras that still have film inside them. I started saving these rolls, and when I have a little extra cash to throw at them, I'll get them developed to see what might be on them. I love the little snapshot of a moment in time you get to see... I'd say about 80% of the found film rolls I develop have no photos come out, but wen they do, its always interesting. These photos are the results from 3 separate rolls of film that each had a few photos on them... I especially like the photos from inside the thrift store, where the person that picked up the camera probably were...

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