Thursday, June 29, 2006

Kodak No.1Pocket and Arches


This is a Kodak No.1 Pocket camera that uses 120 film and produces a 6x9 negative. I went through southern Utah, on my way to a family reunion, and decided to use this camera to help document my trip. The camera was produced until 1926 and uses 120 rollfilm. I used this to try and document the west as seen through the eyes of John Ford, the director. The pictures certainly have a distinct stamp on them and could pass for something actually taken back in the 1920's.




1 Comments:

At 6:36 PM, Blogger franx said...

This is a really nice set of images. The image on the top and the tree are my favorite. I have always been curious to use such a camera. Did you use a meter or sunny16? Saludos. I agree, they do have that kind of look.

 

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