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Brutal Warrior

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 15, 2009


Brutal Warrior, originally uploaded by grahamcdunn.

Another old Holga shot with the 35mm mod.

Holga 35 Scans

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 15, 2009


Jess and the Sun, originally uploaded by grahamcdunn.

Some old Holga shots with the 35mm mod. I just got around to scanning this one.

New pics of Ali

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 10, 2009

Some new ones of Alexandrea Love from a couple weeks ago. I’ve finally gotten to do some editing, and are the first few. There are a couple more on flickr
Through the looking glass
Studio
Ali with the Holga

Yashica 124-G

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 10, 2009

A few pics with the Yashica Jess gave me for Christmas.  The waist-level viewfinder helps you see things in a new way.

weddinginvite2
JessBathroom4
LockeSushi
Airport
Poolhouse
FrontPorch

Cameras!

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 10, 2009

Here are the cameras I like to use:

Film:
1. Mamiya RZ67 with 220 and Polaroid backs (6×7)
2. Yashica 124-G (6×6)
3. Minolta X-7A (35mm)
4. Holga (6×6)
5. Jessica’s Polaroid (not sure what kind)

Digital:
1. Nikon D300
2. iPhone

There are a few I don’t use, but keep for the collection:
1. Yashica Electro 35 (broken)
2. Sears Tower box camera
3. 2 Brownie box cameras (serious light leaks)
4. a micro 110 keychain camera
5. a 110 fisheye camera

Holga

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 10, 2009

A few Holga pics I’ve taken:

Jess Holga
Double Jess2
PoolNight1
PlaneWing2

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New Blog!

Posted in cameras by graham dunn is a city of industry on March 9, 2009

This is the first entry of the new blog.  It’s mandatory on all blogs to make the first entry an entry about starting a blog.  So here’s that entry.  Boom!

I’m going to sometimes post things I’m grateful for each day, a habit that my fiancée Jessica has been trying to instill.  Today it’s my new Minolta X-7A. I got it this weekend “as-is” from the pawn shop for $5, and I managed to fix it by luck & meddling.  It has a great sound when you fire it.

Oh!  Also, this blog will be about photography.