adash, arurin, strummy & jeabzz.
OK, I get it, it's the film counter window, but why is it visible on the film?
@adash Because I didn't cover the window as I should have... 35mm (as well as 220 film) doesn't have a protective backing paper as 120 film does...
LOL! And why isn't all the film fogged?
@adash Ha! Because I had a masking tape to hide the frame counter, and pulled it up to look at the number of the frame... When I saw the dark 35mm film instead of a 120-film frame number, I realized I was burning the film : ) Shit happens.
LOL again! BTW, how do you know how much to wind on a camera that doesn't have the film counter built in?
@adash Sure, here is one for 6X6 (www.lomography.com.tr/magazine/tipster/2009/03/29/applied-m…) and one for 6X12 (www.lomography.com.tr/magazine/reviews/2011/07/05/holga-wid…) : )
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