Experimenting with stuff my Halina on what else it can do…
4 days ago I made some masks for my Holga as well as my Diana F+ and I thought, why not I make something for my 35mm cameras? So I looked for different materials that can be found in my studio. Plastics, adhesive tape, pen, pieces of used negatives, etc. And I made it, the 35mm mask!
I got a sprocket hole effect but in a different way. I used some unused film strips and took of its sprocket holes and tape on the corners near the shutter curtain. I also scribbled some X signs with the clear tape, as if to give it the contact sheet selections look.
I hope you guys like it! And if you do, please do try it!
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