Posts Tagged ‘back’

ETRsi + 135W : Test 2

Written by • Aug 10th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film

The 2nd roll from the test shoot. This time … a roll of Reala 100 which also has been sleeping in my fridge for the longest time. These shots were taken this afternoon when I took 2 hours off from babysitting Fitzand to meet up a friend in Chinatown for dim sum. Of course I […]



ETRsi + 135W : Test 1

Written by • Aug 9th, 2011 • Category: Fun with film

Guess I got a little too trigger happy and ended with 3 rolls since yesterday … testing out my newly found joy … the 135W back for the Bronica ETRsi. Below are the photos from the first roll … mostly taken during a zoo trip with Fitzand yesterday. He is pretty capable in handling the […]



Beast Gets Wide!

Written by • Aug 4th, 2011 • Category: Toys

The Bronica ETRsi was one of the camera I bought just to ‘have a feel’ of how such camera works. Little did I know that I’ll end up loving that boxy heavy camera so much that I decided to not only keep it … but also get an extra lens and a couple of accessories […]



Instant In A Box

Written by • Jul 23rd, 2010 • Category: Fun with film

This is probably something I had been working on for the longest time (just like trying to quit smoking). The original plan was to make an instant pinhole camera using a dead old Polaroid EE100 but after some initial disappointment and some headaches trying to remove the parts off the camera … I decided to […]



Instant Back!

Written by • Mar 20th, 2009 • Category: Toys

Those guys at Lomography are some real clever devils! They married their Diana cameras with the Fujifilm’s Instax instant film … and … created a Diana Instant Back that uses the mini Instax film. Now that’s something I definitely want. I’ve long drooled for the Holga’s instant back that uses Polaroid/FP-100 film packs but after […]



How to : Redscale film photography

Written by • Feb 17th, 2008 • Category: Others

All you’ve to do is load the film into a canister with the wrong side facing up. This means that the wrong side will get exposed instead. The result … weird and funky colored photos like this …  Here are some simple steps which I learned from some guys online …  What you need are […]