I'm really happy with the result of this one. not only because it haves a interesting look. but mostly on a technic level. because this was a experimental shot to look how much 35 SLR lenses are cropped by a normal 135 film. so I used a 120 to capture even the blurred round area you normally don't see. and I didn't expect that would be that big it almost covers the entire film.

so to make the story shorter I'm soon starting to build the Improvised Camera Device 1 with a 120 body and self build shutter. and Pentax mount so I can use PK mount lenses and the M42 lenses.

and the ICD 0 was just a shoe box with a hole in it so I can screw my M42 lenses in and uses a lens cap as shutter. and of course a support for the 120 film and screw driver for advancing the film

here is a link for those how like to fallow it on facebook or on my blog www.facebook.com/icduntangle icd-untangle.blogspot.nl

Photographer:
untangleart
Uploaded:
2012-06-03
Tags:
0 120 50 adox art black box camera chs film icd lenses light m42 night shoe untangle white
Camera:
ICD 0
Film:
Adox CHS ART 50
City:
Oosterhout
Country:
Netherlands
Albums:
ICD 0 (shoebox camera)

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