I finally did a proper time test (or in this case an f-stop test) for the Kodak Autographic; I was testing the Fuji Velvia 50. Because it is a slow film I decided to try my Velvia 50 as the color film for my pre-1940 cameras, Here are the results. The f-stop range is 4, … Continue reading Kodak Autographic Time Test
This was such a different subject than the other images on roll #2 that I wanted to post it separately. Calm. Peace, Stillness………Taking a few days off for long awaited eye surgery. Update at the end of the week…….
Here are all the good images from that roll of Ilford Pan F:
We first met this camera back in June…….The Kodak No. 1 Autographic Junior. A lovely 120 film size camera from 1913. There were only 2 decent images from my first roll of film at ISO 100. I decided to try some slower films. Not sure I like the results, you tell me……. First the Ilford … Continue reading A Film Comparison with the 1913 Kodak No.1 Autographic
You may ask what possessed me to buy a circa 100 year old camera and expect it to work! Especially one bought on Etsy, right? Well my next post will allow you to make that judgement for yourself. But for now, lets enjoy the ‘Grand Unboxing’: A recent Petapixel article discusses a bit about … Continue reading Grand Unboxing: Kodak No. 1 Autographic Junior 13340
A friend recently sent me a link to a professional photographer, Jay Zukerkorn, who is dealing with the changes in his photography resulting from Parkinson’s Disease. He has tremors to deal with, but decided to work with them instead of against them. Here are two quotes from the article that are especially pertinent to me: … Continue reading Looking Through Someone Else’s Glass………
I made a big mistake when I exposed this Frame with my 1913 Kodak Autographic No.1 But it grew on me and I decided that I liked the resultant Abstraction. It is Fuji Velvia 50 Film. So can you guess what I did wrong?
I recently purchased a Kodak No. 1 Autographic Junior 13340 from Etsy (Patent dates 1910-1913). What could have gone wrong with that! But low and behold , I am learning to make it work. And Conveniently this is a version that can accommodate 120 film. I was inspired by old family cameras to buy this … Continue reading From My 100 Year Old Camera