Album #100!

I wanted to do something different for album #100. I can't believe I've posted that many in this past year but I guess I have. Anyway, this is with a 1960's Olympus Pen FT Half Frame camera. The cool thing about this camera is you can focus through the lens AND it accepts interchangeable lenses, one of the only half frame cameras to do so. Even more interesting, I obtained an EOS adapter from and Asian seller on Ebay so that I can use all my Canon gear on this camera, including my wonderful Lensbabies and accessories which have been neglected since I've mostly switched to film. I way overexposed a bunch of these shots but it gives kind of a cool antique effect so I kind of liked it.

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