Tag Archive | yashicamat

It’s soo Easy … How to Develop Black & White Film

I think that if most people knew how easy it was to develop their own black and white film more people would be enjoying it. Below is one of the BEST videos I’ve seen on the subject and the very one that renewed my interest in film three or four years ago. This originally appeared […]

Week – 3 : Curiosity

One of the things I love about NYC is that you can walk ten feet and find yourself in a different century. This is on 38th street between 8th and 9th Ave. I may have to go inside next time 🙂 Part of my 52 film project. I’m trying to develop and post at least […]

Week 2 – Concrete

Since I posted the Polaroid on Jan 1st, I decided I’m going to try to post at least one Film image per week for 2012. Lets call it the “52 Film Project.” This was shot on 37th Street Between 8th and 9th in NYC with a Yashicamat 124g on Kodak Ektar 100. Processed in a […]

Another night with the Yashicamat

Kodak portra 400, yashicamat 124g, 10sec exposure at F/8

Night Photography with the Yashicamat

I took the yashicamat out last week to try shooting some long exposures. These were all taken with a yashicamat 124g on Kodak ektar 100 at F/5.6 or 8.0 for aprox 20sec exposures. Nothing like running film through a 40-year-old camera.

First Snow And the yashicamat

I was driving during the first snow before Christmas when I stopped at a light and proped the yashicamat on the door and grabbed this exposure. Shot with a Yashicamat 124g on Kodak 400VC

Whoa!

This butcher block was in a store front window in Westfield Center. Shot with a yashicamat 124g on Kodak Porta 160vc