EPISODE 234

The Adventure

by | Feb 16, 2019 | Podcast | 0 comments

How to screw a film shoot and then fix it

About This Episide

You would think I would learn by now, that shooting with film requires a little bit of discipline.
Let me tell you a little story.
Went to our favourite park to unwind a bit, and maybe create some photographs.  It was sunset time, and it was cold.  I decided to take, what’s slowly becoming my favourite medium format camera, the Mamiya 645.  Took 2 lenses a wide angle russian 55mm adapted to Mamiya and a 210mm.  But in my infinite wisdom I swapped the prism finder to a chimney finder (the one you look down into the camera).  I really don’t know what I was thinking.  I knew that Mamiya doesn’t like cold, because the shutter is battery operated and I had problems before, when the camera would just seize mid shot.  So I knew I didn’t want to walk around too far with it.  But taking the chimney view finder was stupid, because you can’t shoot with in from the car.  Duh.

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