30 November, 2016

The 2-Cameras-Double-Exposure-Project. the outsiders. part 1.

Once more I found at the Mimapi a camera with a film inside. This time I bought a Minolta AF-E with a loaded Kodak Farbwelt 200.
But when I rewound the film carefully, I had already noticed that the film wasn't used, because the rewinding of the film happend very quickly. I hoped, that the previous owner of the Minolta AF-E just had rewound the film, but I was wrong. After the development of the film, I saw that there aren't double exposures. Pity, but something like this can always happen. 
I think that the film was very long unused in the camera, because the pictures are very purple like in part 3. I edited them a little bit in Photoshop, but the pictures were really very very purple....
Like in the third part I used the film with the Minolta Dynax 8000i and the Sigma 2.8-3.5/75-200mm lens. I shot the film directly after the film in part 3.

26 November, 2016

The 2-Cameras-Double-Exposure-Project. part 3.

I searched for the Minolta 7000 AF and Dynax 8000i, which I bought some months ago, a bigger zoom lens. Therefore I looked at Ebay and found a Tokina 70-210mm AF zoom attached to a Dynax 7000i. I got the set and as it arrived was still a Super Color SC200 film in the Dynax. According to the Photo Deal magazine issue 91 the Super Color SC200 is a rebranded Ferrania Solaris FG 200 and was sold at Foto Wöltje in the early 2000s.
This is really serendipity!!! All three Minolta AF SLRs, which I bought, still had films inside.
Of course, I wanted to create double exposures like in part 1 and 2.
Now I put the film into the Minolta Dynax 8000i. But before I've used the film I bought a Sigma 2.8-3.5/75-200mm lens. I bought it in the Mimapi in Cologne like the 7000 AF and the Dynax 8000i. I think the tele zoom just belonged to them, because it was there together with both cameras. But first I just bought the cameras. For part 3 and 4 I've used this Sigma tele zoom with the Dynax 8000i. They matched perfectly together.
In part 1 and 2 the model, my girlfriend, posed with vintage binoculars, now, in part 3 and 4, she posed with a vintage Super 8 camera. 
I think the film was for a long time in the camera, because the pictures are very purple, but okay I shot the pictures in november on a rainy day, therefore we can say that the pictures are influenced by the wonderful songs Purple Rain by the great Prince and November Rain by Guns N' Roses!

11 November, 2016

my little wannabe frankenstein camera. part2.

Just some more random pictures which I made with my Canon EOS 500N and the Zuiko Auto-S 1.8/50mm lens. Now I used an expired Fuji Superia 100 film.