7 Comments

  1. weleasewoger72
    weleasewoger72 ·

    I've wanted to try this for quite sometime now but have always been too scared to try it incase I bugger it up and waste two films.

  2. kangiha
    kangiha ·

    brilliant! I've been meaning to try this as well in an old kodak I have. It's got the biggest wooden rollers inside I've ever seen. I can almost get 3 rolls of 35 mm on the paper backing I constructed from two spent rolls of 120. Really cool effect. Nice stuff, Cheers!

  3. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    @weleasewoger72 - I know what you mean about not wanting to bugger up two rolls of film, but as a wise man (i.e. @clickiemcpete) recently said, "Don't be afraid to waste film". It is a bit tricky to get two rolls of 35mm film onto the 120 paper backing in complete darkness, but it's definitely worth the effort. I'm sure you'll pull it off fantastically.

    @kangiha , thank you. That sounds like a cool camera you've got. I can't wait to see the results!

  4. vici
    vici ·

    seriously cool.

  5. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    These are beautiful!

  6. lazybuddha
    lazybuddha ·

    Great!!

  7. vita-reducta
    vita-reducta ·

    These images are very impressive. A really interesting technology, I'll try it sometime.