Bought a Kalimar LX-9 (rebadged as a Ikon Fun Camera) at a Goodwill for $2 and decided to push a roll of slide film through it. My original plan was to shoot Old Town Scottsdale which I really haven't hit but rain prevented my plans. So I stuck to my neck of the woods and shot some stuff in the southwest valley I hadn't hit before. Man, these color shifts! Wow! I don't know how much of it was the Astia and how much of it was the LX-9. I don't know this things aperture or shutter speed but both are fixed and in the past I've only gotten results like this from Astia with overexposure.This photo was shot on film. Taken by bcartwright with a Kalimar LX-9 loaded with Fuji Astia 100 film in Goodyear, United States. These tags describe this photo: wild shifts, cross processed, x-pro, purple, orange, street photography, goodyear, plastic lens, mysterious hotshoe, and arizona. Date: 2011-04-09. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the albums Goodyear.
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