I am going to try to follow the Themes for the Final Quarter this year. But I have already captured my images out of order. I’ve been engaged in some ‘End of Year’ explorations that led me astray. So I am starting the Quarter by introducing one of my pre-1940’s cameras: The1934 AGFA BILLY CLACK NO. 51. This is an early 645-format camera and I am still finding my way around it. I’ve combined it with our film subject, Kodak Tri-X 400. The results are from a recent Open Spaces walk. Just capturing the ‘Fall Colors’ of this Cottonwood Trees:
More than a bit Out of Focus, I am considering a focus on my Pre-1940’s camera collection for Frugal Film 2021. And surprisingly, one can find many options within the Project’s cost limitations. So, please take a look at this and the remaining two posting to come, and let me know what you think of an early camera emphasis for next year.
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