Today the world is as globalized as it could be - - yet we struggle to find meaning in our daily existence.

18 April 2011

Suuupawide



Enter the Black Slim Devil


An all-plastic 35mm f/11 film camera with a 22mm wide angle lens, and shutter speed locked at 1/125s, this Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim remake by Superheadz (made in Tokyo) has reinvigorated the toy camera scene, and has been an essential part of my photographing adventures here in Seoul. If used properly (mostly where sunlight is abundant, and light can easily enter through the lens), the photos are emblazoned with it's signature vignetted edges, and distinguishable lens flare. The colors have come out amazingly beautiful to my delight, though I am still very inconsistent with it thus far. Also, the camera is lightweight, and very easy to handle. The only drawback would be the small viewfinder, but it's so inconspicuous and quick it's perfect for street photography. Sometimes I don't even put the camera up to eye level, but just shoot at arm's length!

Nonetheless, here are a few of my favorite shots taken from 3 different rolls (all same film types).

enjoi

Rolls:
1-3. Fujifilm Superia 400

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#1


solarflarelift
かめはめ波!!!!!!!!

shzR1-2

shzR1-3

shzR1-7

#2


shzR2-1

shzR2-12
directly outside my villa. loud mornings.

shzR2-6

shzR2-2

#3


shzR3-18

shadows

shzR3-24
i see five.

shzR3-25
biking season.




pax

3 comments:

diana kang said...

you have an amazing blog! love all the photography!

christina said...

Faves are The ski lift, the red car in a hanok garage, post tower and The 5 couples!! Nice nice nice!!

Sy's Prints said...

wow, I your photos are stunning!

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