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11.26.2002 - The acquistion of a new dawg means new snapshots -- you'll find them at "Tater's First Weekend." If this isn't enough snapshot photography for you, there are lots of other pictures
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- Tater's First Weekend.
Here's a collection of digicam pics of Tater, the basset/lab-or-something-similar mix that came to live with me and my dog Haylee this past weekend. We're not sure that his name will remain Tater, though. Maybe ... Otter? Snaps were taken with the Canon Powershot S40. 11.26.02
- The Fall Foliage Tour.
A bit different that my usual snapshot galleries, this is an extensive site dedicated to my fall 2002 vacation. All of these shots were taken with my brand-spankin' new Canon Powershot S40 digital. 11.6.02
- Lomoing around New England.
All these shots were taken on my vacation. It's a bit of an abbreviated roll, because my Lomo began acting strangely when I was winding the film back into the reel, and, thinking I was done, I popped the back open and exposed some of the film. Oops. 11.6.02
- Lomos at home and abroad.
I shot half this roll in Austin, and then took off on vacation. Here you'll see pictures from the newly opened NYC Museum of Sex, Provincetown and Boston. Once again, Walgreens "Studio 35" 100 speed film, made by Agfa. 11.6.02
- Lomo in my Hood.
Many of these Lomos were taken in my very own South Austin neighborhood, or on walks around my downtown office. This is another roll of the 100 speed Walgreens Brand film made by Agfa. 10.4.02
- Black-and-White Lomography.
This were taken with my LC-A using the Kodak 400 speed film that is developed using color processing. Some people won't develop it because they say it doesn't work well enough, but I think these have a pretty nice tone. Unfortunately, I learned a lesson about halfway through this roll: Remember to make sure that the battery light comes on every time you're about to take a picture. Even if the battery light is flickering, it needs to stay on steadily for you to be sure the shutter is gonna open. Here are few shots, anyway. 9.16.2002
- Color Lomo Fun.
These shots were taken with 100 speed Walgreens brand film, which is made by Agfa. This is the biggest gallery yet, although there are a lot of those blurry artsy photos in this one. All these pictures were taken in Austin. 9.16.2002
- Traveling Lomo.
I used up the second roll of 100 speed film that came with my Lomo (I believe this is Agfa film, and I found similar cheap 100 speed Agfa film that is being marketed as Walgreens brand film the other day.). These shots were taken at home in Austin and on bizness in Los Angeles. 8.29.2002
- More From My Lomo.
This time I tried using Kodak Gold 200-speed film. In this batch you'll find pictures from a trip to Dripping Springs, the Rude Mechanicals' Flaming Eye Ball, a visit to Central Market, and, of course, the usual random stuff. 8.26.2002
- My Dogs In Action.
These pictures of my basset hounds were taken with a toy Quad Cam camera, which is the same thing as the Lomo Cyber Sampler (yep, both are made in China), but is distributed by Accoutrements. The color pics here were taken a couple of months ago with 200-speed film; the black and whites were taken with the Kodak 400-speed black-and-white "Process Anywhere" film that is developed using regular C-41 color processing. 8.19.2002.
- The First Lomo Gallery.
A few of shots from the
first roll of film I developed from my Lomo LC-A Camera. I used the 100 speed film
that came in the box with it. 8.19.2002.
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