I won't talk much about them, they are just a few selected favourites from the rolls. Pinhole is always a hit or miss style, I could shoot an entire roll of 24 or 36 shots and only get one I like.
Next up is some selected images from colour film shot on my manual 35mm's and the F80 which has more modern features like film advance and more accurate light meter. I used a variety of manual lenes, so even on the F80 there was no auto focus in play.
Ad finally the black and white images, same deal as the colour, shot with my various SLR's and manual lenses.
Two images in this lot were actually shot with a digital lens, an 8mm Rokinon. That lens is fisheye to begin with, but it's designed for a DX sized sensor, which is smaller then a 35mm negative. That's why there is so much warping going on in those shots and why you can see the edge of the inside of the camera body. The 8mm works great though since it's a manual focus lens anyway.
Well that's all for now, I just wanted to share a few of my favourites on film from last year.
-Larry M. Holder