So this is my second attempt to use 135-film in my Kodak Six-20 Brownie Junior. This time around I masked the inside of the camera to only expose the frame size of "regular" 135-pictures. The pictures didn't come out all that well. I really dislike most of them. - The next time I'll expose the film shorter and try to get the camera stable. Overexposure and motion blur ruined most of these.

Photographer:
chaoticsense
Uploaded:
2010-10-20
Tags:
blur brownie experiment motion over exposed six-20 sunset
Camera:
Kodak Six-20 Brownie Junior
Film:
Rossmann 200
City:
Visby
Country:
Sweden

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